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SPECIAL EVENTS 

CLUBS ^ 
SENIORS 
UNDERCLASSMEN Q 
FACULTY Ml 
SPORTS 
YEAR IN REVIEW ^ 
ADVERTISEMENTS ^^ 
SENIOR DIRECTORY 






1990 
CONESTOGAN 




ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 
Elizabethtown. Pennsylvania 17022 



The High Library 
Elizabethtown College 
Elizabethtown, PA 17022-2298 




'T'he decision on a yearbook 
theme is never an easy one, but 
New Beginnings seemed to best 
capture the mood of 
Elizabethtown College for 1989- 
90. The year was characterized by 
new things and people on campus, 
as well as the continuation of the 
tradition of excellence Etown pro- 
vides. 

Each year brings new beginnings 
in the faces of freshmen and trans- 
fer students, but 1989-90 also 
brought new beginnings in Dr. 
Ronald Brown, Dean of College 
Life; the construction of the High 
Library; implementation of a new 
core, as well as a new look and 
publisher for the yearbook you are 
now reading. So, flip through 
these pages to start a new begin- 
ning of your memories of Etown 
College. 




Ernie Larossa and Udochi Amachi. 
members of freshmen orientation 
staff, participate in the infamous 

icebreakers 





Students make the most of a nice 
day by studying in the dell. 



1 Steinman, the performing arts 
building, is framed in color Hue 
sky and green grass. 




Sporting new college .shirts. Laurie The newly arrived freshmen get their 
Kasper and Andrea Simon say good- first taste of campus life before the 
byes before leaving for the summer. upperclassmen arrive. 





Dana Larricks on her way to the BSC A bird's eye view of the Schlosser 
where the 1990 Elizabethtown Col- pathway, 
lege graduates gathered prior to the 
ceremony. 




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77;e college sign on the corner of 
College Avenue and Mount Joy 
Street welcomes visitors to the cam- 



The Softball team looks on in 
ticipation of an exciting game. 




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Rider Hall, one of the 

Elizabethtown's first buildings, can 
be seen from most places on campus. 



Beth Compton, a junior member of 
the Homecoming Court, is escorted 
onto the field. 




Many students come alive when a 
camera points their way. 



After its completion in 1989, Bucher 
Meeting House was used for classes 
and club get togethers. 




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Hob Cassidx shows off for the 



One of the many unique features of 
the new library are the elaborate win- 
dows. 



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In order to avoid the heal, Navid 
Haghdoost finds a shady spot under a 
tree. 



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'T'he past year found 
A Elizabethtown College stu- 
dents beginning to realize the 
importance of being citizens of 
the world. Several specia 
events were held that involved 
social and world events: a vigil 
for the six slain El Salvadorian 
priests, "Hands Across Cam- 
pus" to raise awareness of 
drunk driving, a candle vigil to 

I" celebrate Eastern European de- 
_ mocracy, and numerous blood 
drives. 

Traditional special events in- 
cluded Parent's Weekend, 
TGIS, Homecoming, and Big 
Brother/Big Sister. Students 
also had an opportunity to ex- 
perience samples of different 
cultures. Dr. Kraybill's presen- 

Itation on the Amish gave the 
students a glimpse inside a cul- 
ture in their own backyard. 




■ SPECIAL EVENTS 




Members of the freshmen orientation The soon-to-be freshmen on their way 
staff lake a break. to the next session of the day. 



TRANSITIONS 1989 

The incoming freshmen of staff, they participate in ice- 



Elizabethtown College spend 
two days during the summer 
being "oriented" to college. 
They attend various sessions 
to better prepare them for a 
big step in their 
lives. . .coming to college. 
However, there is also time 
for fun. With the help of the 



breakers so they get to know 
some of the members of their 
class. Etown provides a 
unique opportunity, there- 
fore, when the freshmen re- 
turn in the fall, they recog- 
nize some faces, and the 
transition to college is made 
easier. 



The freshmen getting to know each 
other daring icebreakers. 




A NEW YEAR 



Convocation marks the for- 
mal beginning of the new ac- 
ademic year. The ceremony 
begins with a processional of 
Elizabethtown faculty and 
administrators. The ceremo- 
ny also includes an address 
by the president, as well as a 
distinguished speaker. For 
the student body, one of the 



highlights of Convocation is 
the presentation of the Col- 
lege Scholars. These students 
have completed at least sixty 
credit hours at Elizabeth- 
town, while maintaining a 
minimum GPA of 3.75. This 
year, 26 College Scholars 
were honored. 



Leading the processional, Dr. John 
Ranck serves as mace-bearer. 

The 1989-90 College Scholars, stand 
and receive the recognition they de- 
serve for their academic success. 




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Smiles of pride show on the faces of 
Kim Reed and Michael Fiola, two of 
this year's College Scholars. 

Always an inspiring speaker, Presi- 
dent Gerhard Spiegler addresses the 
audience with his hopes for another 
successful academic year. 




Heather Nothwang bumps the ball Players who set for a spike are as 
over. important as those who spike the ball. 

STUDENTS HELP 
THE HUNGRY 



The CROP Volleyball Mar- 
athon is an annual fall event 
held at Elizabethtown Col- 
lege. The purpose of this 
event is to raise money for 
the hungry. Participants ob- 
tain sponsors to pledge dollar 
amounts for each hour they 
play volleyball. The games 



are scheduled throughout a 
twelve hour period. During 
this period, music is broad- 
cast to help keep the players 
awake. The college provides 
an early morning treat for all 
the participants, donuts and 
juice. 



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In the beginning, most players are 
eager to make the big plays. 



As the hour gets late, the ball does not 
seem to travel as far. 




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Liz Younger and her gang. 



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BACK "HOME" 



Elizabethtown College cele- 
brated its Homecoming fes- 
tivities in early October. 
On Saturday many fans came 
to see the long awaited Blue 
Jay soccer game against 
Trenton State. It was an ex- 
citing game and the team 
played extremely well, but 
met defeat. During half-time, 
the 1989 Homecoming Court 
was presented. This year's 
court consisited of freshmen 
Michelle Degler and Brandie 
Tallman, sophomores 
Udochi Amachi and Kerri 
Slaven, juniors Beth Comp- 
ton and Amy Herman, seni- 
ors Halley Baker, Kelly Berg- 
stresser and Mandy Weaver; 
Monica Esh, also a senior, 
was proudly presented the 
crown to begin her reign as 
queen. 



The beautiful weather on Sat- 
urday also greeted the many 
visitors to the annual mid- 
way. Campus clubs and or- 
ganizations sold a variety of 
merchandise in order to raise 
money for their various ac- 
tivities. 

A highlight of the weekend 
was the traditional Home- 
coming Dinner. This elegant 
feast provided many deli- 
cious foods to please every- 
one. That night in the A.A., 
Johnny O and the Classic 
Dogs of Love provided ex- 
cellant musical entertain- 
ment. 

Homecoming '89 was not 
only a fun-filled weekend, 
but also a memorable event. 



An oompa band entertains passers- 
by. 




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Micki Kurczewski and Robin Rick- Funnel cake is always a favorite 

etts sell subs to benefit the marketing along the midway. 

club. 



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Ordinary Etown students don face 
paint to show their support at sport- 
ing events. 






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The Blue Jay is always in sight. 



A TIME FOR 
THANKS 



Thanksgiving is the holiday 
break every student eagerly 
awaits; some to see the fam- 
ily, even more to catch up on 
some sleep, and nearly all to 
eat the infamous dinner. 
Luckily, they need only to 
travel to Myer Dining Hall to 
enjoy a meal to rival Mom's. 
Decorated elegantly in the 
colors of the season, the cafe 
takes on the atmosphere of a 
fine restaurant, complete 



with dinner music. And what 
restauraunt would be com- 
plete without helpful waiters 
and waitresses? For their din- 
ing pleasure, the dedicated 
professors and staff members 
serve the students the finest 
turkey, stuffing, mashed po- 
tatoes and all the trimmings. 
These generous professors 
ask merely for a word of 
thanks.. for that is what this 
holiday is about. 



Jerry Garland serves drinks to the 
students at his table. 



Professor Barnada entertains those 
students at table 68. 




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I Dave Salmon watches as Harry Heck- 
ler proves he has the skill needed to 
'" jj carve me Thanksgiving turkey. 



TIS THE SEASON 



Although the end of the fall 
semester brings with it finals, 
so comes thoughts of Christ- 
mas. Elizabethtown College 
gives its students a chance to 
celebrate the festive season 
with their friends, before fi- 
nals begin. A holiday buffet 
dinner is held in the cafete- 
ria, with Santa making an ap- 
pearance. Dorm decorating 
contests are also held each 



year. Members of the halls do 
their best to make the dorms 
look like a Christmas won- 
derland. During a hectic ac- 
ademic time, students still 
find time to enjoy the hol- 
iday. 



The Preservation Hall girls did a 
good job decorating their hall for the 
contest. 




Gina Menzo and Dawn Brewer di 
orate the hallway lights in Schlosse 



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A group of girls pose with Santa. Barry Wiles and his friends enjoy the 

holiday dinner. 



Anxious students await their turn to 
see Etown from a birds eye view. 



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UP, UP, AND AWAY 



Mother nature may have in- 
terfered with the balloon 
rides in the past but the 1 990 
balloon went up without a 
hitch. Schlosser Dorm Coun- 
cil sponsored the event that 
was held in the spatious Dell. 
The balloon was donated by 
the parents of an Elizabeth- 



town student. Students whe 
paid a dollar, got the chana 
to view the campus and the 
surrounding area from a new 
perspective. The campus 
wide event was a success thai 
in the future will hopefully 
become an annual event. 



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The balloon is carefully inspected pri- Sue Todd and Linda Barnhurst seem 
or to its launch. to be enjoying their ride. 





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Miss Brodie's favorite students in Jeff Hall as Mr. Lloyd the art teacher 
gym class. in his studio. 



THE PRIME OF 
MISS BRODIE 



THE PRIME OF MISS 
BRODIE was a classic tragi- 
comedy brought to 
Elizabethtown College in 
bold and exciting, three- 
dimensional arena staging. 
The Alumni Auditorium 
Theatre became almost 
simultaneously a convent, 
girls' school, artist's studio, 
apartment, picnic ground 
and several other locations in 



this compelling yet humorous 
drama about a strong-willed 
teacher and her parochial ad- 
ministrators, and the impres- 
sionable young students 
caught between them. The 
production, directed by Dr. 
Edmond L. Kiser, filled the 
house with eager and appre- 
ciative audiences, including 
several high school groups. 




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The entire cast takes a final curtain 
call after a tremendous performance. 








A couple enjoys the romantic atmos- 
phere of the junior /senior. 



A NIGHT OUT 



On April 7, 1 990, juniors and 
seniors donned their party 
clothes and headed to the 
Eden Resort Inn located in 
Lancaster. As is customary, 
the junior class had spent 
long hours planning the spe- 
cial night. The evening began 
with hors'deouvres and con- 
tinued with a buffet style din- 
ner. Following the meal, a 
disc jockey was present to 
provide music for the festiv- 



ities. A variety of songs we: 
played to appease all tastes i 
music. All the couph 
seemed to enjoy the tin 
with their friends. Mar 
guests stayed over night ar 
enjoyed the hotel's facilitie 
such as the pool. On Sunda 
many upperclassmen r 
turned to Elizabethtown Cc 
lege campus with fond men 
ories from the previous nigh 



Beth Flynn enjoys the company of the Susie Shue and Karen Vannucci 
other guests at her table. watch others arrive prior to dinner. 




roup of Etown students get 
'deourves for their dates. 



IT'S GREEK TO ME 



Thank God It's Spring! This 
weekend could not have 
come any sooner for some 
students. As usual, this week- 
end was filled with exciting 
activities to relieve the stress 
of the long winter semester. 
The weekend began Thurs- 
day, April 26, 1990, with the 
announcing of the lucky win- 



ners, who were sent to the 
Bahamas for this long week- 
end. Friday night many stu- 
dents enjoyed the relaxing at- 
mosphere provided by 
Danny McCarthy at the 
campfire. In sticking with the 
theme, Greek games were 
held Saturday afternoon fol- 
lowed by the annual TGIS 



dinner in the gym. Saturday 
night's dance featured John- 
ny O and The Classic Dogs of 
Love. The weekend came to 
an end with an indoor picnic 
and the music of Steve 
Courtney. As a special treat, 
Doah performed a concert 
Sunday night in the AA. 




A lot of students relax to the music of 
Danny McCarthy while enjoying the 
glow of the fire. 



Another form of entertainment is pro- 
vided by those trying to light the 
many small campfires. 




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AWARDS 
CEREMONY 



On April 30, 1990, 
Elizabethtown College held 
its twelfth annual Awards 
Ceremony. Departmental 
awards as well as many spe- 
cialty awards such as College 
Scholar and Distinguished 
Students were given to rec- 
ognize outstanding achieve- 



ment in various areas. 
Awards included both certifi- 
cates of achievement and 
scholarships. 



Master of ceremonies, Dennis Mur- 
phy, opens the assembly with a short 
speech. 




Professor Fletcher McClellan An award is presented to a deserving 
presents one of the many awards. student of the college. 




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Professor Dana Mead presents an 
award sponsored by the English De- 
partment. 



Dr. Andrew Sagar is presented with 
the Excellence in Service Award by 
students Andy Burk and Andrea 
Clark. 



Seniors, Susan Metcalf and Jon 
Shively. perform for parents and fel- 
low seniors at the Senior Worship 
Service. 




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Karla Fleishman presented a reading 
of an original poem. 




CHANGES 

The annual tradition of a sen- yous" and "remembrances" 

ior worship service was con- presented through both per- 

inued this year. Held at formances and speeches, only 

Oam on May 19, 1990, the many tears could be seen 

service had a theme of from students and parents 

"Changes". With "thank eyes. 




Another senior shares in the day by The senior Concert Choir performed 
reading a short verse. two original songs written by seniors 

Barry Atticks and Jon Shively. 



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On their way to receive their diplo- 
mas, graduating seniors march from 
the BSC to the dell. 



President Gerhard Spiegler Begins 
the commencement ceremony. 




! Jonathan Davis and Jennifer Black Professor Otis Kitchen conducts the 
make their way into the dell. concert band in their performance of 





CLASS OF 1990 



May 19, 1990, marked the 
end of the college career for 
many Elizabethtown stu- 
dents. On that day, the 87th 
Commencement exercises 
were held. The guest speaker 
for this important day was 
senior White House Cor- 



Many parents and friends gather in 
the dell awaiting the arrival of the 
graduates. 



respondant, Helen Thomas. 
After the speech, 
Elizabethtown College stu- 
dents were presented with ei- 
ther a Bachelor of Science or 
Bachelor of Arts degree. The 
day was made more special 
by the beautiful weather. 



The graduates begin to celebrate. 



Class members listen as the honorary The Class of 1 990 welcomes the guest 
degree recipients are presented. speaker. 




Students anxiously await their 
to receive their degrees. 



Dr. Joan Austin delivers the 
cation. 



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The guest speaker at this years grad- 
" — tony, Helen Thomas, act- 



uation 

dresses the graduating seniors, faculty 

family and friends of Elizabethlown 

College. 

Some graduates may be glad college is 
over, but Elizabethtown College ga< 
them memories they will never forget. 




Class President. Cone Lees gives a Scott Bacon, a member of the Con- 
farewell speech to her classmates. cert Choir, concentrates during the 
processional. 



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The Role of Religion in the Black 
Experience: From Slavery to the Pres- 
ent, was the topic of Dr. Hycel Tay- 
lor's Monday at Ten presentation. 




Nancy Johnson started off the spring 
semester discussing runa- 
way/homeless young people in 
America and possible solutions to 
help reduce this national problem. 




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Elizabelhtown's own Dr. Ronald 
Kraybill gave an illustrated talk on the 
Amish in Lancaster County. His pres- 
entation was based on his' best selling 
book. The Riddle of Amish Culture. 




Robert Lucktenberg shared his in- 
sights into interpretive and technical 
problems of a solo performer with 
Elizabethtown students and staff. 



MONDAY AT TEN 



Every Monday at ten o'clock 
Elizabethtown College shuts 
down; no classes are held and 
no offices are open. During 
this hour each week, guest 
speakers come to the campus, 



discussing topics ranging 
from the hippie movement to 
poetry. This assembly intro- 
duces students, faculty and 
staff to new areas and ideas. 



Burkhard Luber spoke about recent de- 
velopments in Central Europe and present- 
ed a proposal for disarming this area. 




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President Spiegler gives a speech at 
the ground breaking ceremony. 




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A GROWING 
CAMPUS 



Elizabethtown College has 
been in desperate need of a 
larger library due to the 
quantity of students, both 
from this college and others, 
who require the services of- 
fered there. Besides contain- 
ing more books, the new li- 
brary will offer more areas in 
which students can study. 
Near the end of the 1988-89 
school year, construction be- 



gan on the new High Library. 
Standing where a commuter 
parking lot once was, the new 
library is now nearing com- 
pletion. Once finished, items 
from Zug Library will be 
moved to High Library and 
Zug will be renovated for oth- 
er uses, including a new 
home for the Music Depart- 
ment. 




Most clubs set up stands on the 
Homecoming Midway. 




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TJ lizabethtown College's 
^ clubs form a very important 
facet of the college experience. 
Students participate in clubs to 
enjoy a hobby or to gain ex- 
perience related to their major. 
1989-1990 was a beginning for 
three new student organiza- 
tions on campus, Habitat for 
Humanity, Students In Free 
Enterprise, and the Pre Law 
Club. 

For several existing clubs, it 
was a year of big things. Circle 
K won several awards at their 
state convention, including 
awards for Outstanding Pres- 
ident, and a first place service 
award for their "Hands Across 
Campus" event. WWEC final- 
ly received its FM permit from 
the FCC after a three year wait 
and will broadcast educational 
programming. 




CLUBS 



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Class Officers 



FRESHMAN 

President Marcus Grimm 

Vice President Matt Simmons 

Secretary Brandie Tollman 

Treasurer Jen Baker 

Representatives Michelle Degler 

Jen Glynn 

Tracy Raine 



SOPHOMORE 

President Jon Gonzalez 

Vice President Jen Davis 

Secretary Julie Isabella 

Treasurer Herb Nix 



JUNIOR 

President Sharif Abaza 

Vice President John Baxter 

Secretary Amy Herman 

Treasurer Anne Miller 




SENIOR 



President Corie Lees 

Vice President Cathy Conolley 

Secretary Kelly Bergstresser 

Treasurer Karen Vannucci 




IWhen the senior class arrived at this campus four years 
ago things were very different at Elizabethtown College. 
The college operated under a liberal alcohol policy, little 
was mentioned about AIDS, and ethnic diversity was not 
discussed. 

The class has been faced with many obstacles including an 
unstable and changing administration. While the past few 
years have been full of controversy, opposition, and dis- 
sapointments, the class can still look back on great times and 
respected accomplishments. 

The senior class officers have been busily involved with 
homecoming events, the Junior/Senior dinner dance, and 
other campus events. They have also established, for future 
graduating classes of Elizabethtown College, the priviledge of 
selecting the commencement speaker for the ceremony. 
The senior class was forced to grow because of the changes 
they experienced. Because of this growth, the class of 1 990 
leaves Elizabethtown College with more than just an ac- 
ademic education. The graduates leave as well-rounded in- 
dividuals, having been exposed to new experiences and the 
friends with whom they shared them. Congratulations to the 
Class of 1990. 



Etownian 



The Etownian completed the 
implementation of its desk 
top publishing system during 
the 1989-90 academic year. 
Along with that came the re- 
design of the paper to usher 
[in the new decade. The 
Etownian switched to an up- 
dated headline style and in- 
cluded more graphics to give 
the paper a more contempo- 
rary look. The school paper is 
published once a week to 
keep the students informed 



of college issues, sports hap- 
penings, and up-coming 
events. Editor-in-chief Dan 
Connolley and sports editor 
Sean Young attended a stu- 
dent press convention in 
New Orleans. They returned 
to Elizabethtown College re- 
charged and brimming with 
fresh ideas. Advisor Jaime 
Byrne has high expectations 
for the Etownian in the up- 
coming years. 







Row 1: Jaime Byrne, Dale Ziegler. 
Tammy Dolts, Michelle Deveney, 
Moria Shaughnessy Row 2: Mike 
Holdren. Stephanie Swanson, Dan 
Connolley, Ronnie Bell, Jeff Francis 



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STAFF 

Bob Cassidy 

Ben Heckman 

Rick Cappadonna 

Christina Patton 

Michelle Baker 

Faith Warfel 

Laura Greger 

Patty Trala 

Karen Martins 

Colleen Dougherty 

Kate Paxon 

Jen Wineberg 

Kristin Nissley 

Rebecca Wdyniak 

Jennifer Glynn 

Kim Diefendorf 

Beth Sinno 

Leah Stevens 



Michele Wolfgang 

Karyn Tufarolo 

Karen Enright 

Amy Fink 

Eric Pauls 

Megan Maquire 

Barb Russo 

Penny Miller 

Steph Gibson 

Stacy Ives 
Kathy Kaiser 
Jeanette Sohn 
Leslie Bedwick 
Amy Richards 

Herb Nix 
Tobie Haverstein 
Missy Woodfield 

Allihn Tu 
Sujatha Puppala 
Jeff Thompson 



EDITORS 

Kris Kieffer 

Tammy Hershberger 

Jen Fiddler 

Lisa Wiedeman 



Brett Preston 
Melissa Kucks 
Wendy Bright 

Dale Ziegler 
Gisele Rinaldi 

Jenny Black 



Conestogan 



The theme of this book, New 
Beginnings could most likely 
best describe the Conestogan 
itself. Both of us were new to 
the job of editor-in-chief 
causing us to learn as we went 
along. For the first year, the 
Conestogan worked with 
Taylor Publishing Company 
with Ed Pattrick Jr. as our 
representative. Also involved 
in this change was a switch in 
the production of the book; 
computers were almost en- 
tirely used for both lay-outs 



and copy therefore allowing 
the staff to save time. In the 
struggle to deal with all of 
this, extremely patient sec- 
tion editors and advisor, 
Jaime Byrne, emerged. We 
would like to thank everyone 
who made this yearbook pos- 
sible. This yearbook is be- 
lieved to be Elizabethtown 
College's best yearbook ever. 
Hopefully, your feelings are 
the same. Thanks to all for a 
memorable year. 




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Row 1: Co-editors-in-chief Kelly Carl- 
son and Amy Herman Row 2: Advisor 
Jaime Byrne 



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Row 1: Andy Sagar.Linda Seidl, Kim 
Dickinson, Andy Burk, Sherry 
Mcnaughl, Herb Nix Row 2: Zoe 
Burkett, Udochi Amachi, Andrea 
Clark 



APB 






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The Activities Planning 
Board is a committee whose 
popularity and involvement 
have doubled over the past 
few years. The biggest change 
has been the popularity of the 
I night club. Act 31 was orig- 
inally going to be held in the 
bowling alley, with just a few 
shows. However, the popu- 
larity has exceded their ex- 
pectations. 



In addition to Act 31, APB 
has also started the tradition 
of semi-annual campfires. 
This year APB began inviting 
guest speakers for education- 
al topics such as the pro- 
choice issue and relation- 
ships. APB plays an impor- 
tant part in getting the cam- 
pus involved and they hope 
that the growth and enthu- 
siasm will continue. 



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Row ULorinda Wright, Mike 
Schaeberle, Sandra McColgan, Jeff 
Thompson Row 2:Wendy March. 
Mike McGinnis, Melissa Coll, Amy 
Herman, Julie lleiser, Kristi Klun. 
Jen Green, Sharon Duff, Sherice 
Young, Dr. Schaeffer Row 3:Tim 
Gebhardt, Brett Preston. Chris 
Ligenza, Vinnie Laganella, R. T. Mc- 
clain. Dave Seifrit, Brian Ban, Tim 
McKenzie, Sarah Steuber, Colleen 
Matejicka 



Chemistry 

The Student Affiliates of the 
American Chemical Society 
has been recognized in the past 
for being one of the outstand- 
ing chapters in PA. This past 
year, the club sponsored a 
meeting of the ACS and visited 
a local high school, and took 
first place in the first college 
bowl competition. 
The goal of the club is to im- 
prove and uphold the image of 
chemistry-related fields. 




Physics 

During the past year, Dr. 
Stuckey has begun to reor- 
ganize the physics club. In 
the past years, there has not 
been enough interest to suc- 
cessfully maintain a social 
organization. However, his 
enthusiasm and the increas- 
ing interest in the field of 
physics gave this club a new 
start. The group planned 
and organized a high school 
science bowl to be held at 
Elizabethtown College. Due 
to a late start, the compe- 
tition was rescheduled for 
next year. Members need 
not be science oriented to 
join the fun. 



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Row I.Amy Herman, Jeff Thompson 
Row 2: Kelly Strayer, Jodi Bardelli. 
Bob Cassidy Row 3: Mary Jo Stuck- 
ey, Beth Batcho, Dr. Stuckey 



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{Row 1: Jen Hubler, Cheryl Myers, 
Jayne Lesh, Susan Tressler. April 
Gandy, Augie Acevedo Row 2: Terry 
\Oberst, Jeanette Martin, Chris 
•Sechler, Beth Markle, Cindy Rogers, 
\Bonna Brooks Row 3: Gregg 
'Wareham, Jeff Peluse, Karen 
j Woodeshick, Becky Wagner, Scott 
Brooks. Stacy Hubley 




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IVCF 

Inter- Varstiy Christian Fel- 
lowship is an active and 
growing club at 

Elizabethtown. In addition to 
the group's weekly fellowship 
meetings, IVCF organizes 
and conducts campus Bible 
studies, prayer meetings, and 
weekend activies. These have 
included game nights, sport- 
ing events, road and shop- 
ping trips, and parties. 
Newcomers are always wel- 
come to join this in- 
terdemoninational group of 
students. 



Newman Club 



The Catholic Student Organ- 
ization (also known as the 
Newman Club) is a group for 
Roman Catholic students to 
meet for discussion and fel- 
lowship within their faith. 
This group sponsored a guest 
speaker dealing with Eastern 

Row 1: Jen Syrnick, Jen Morin Row 
2: Amy Gotlewski, Sue Todd, Mary 
Schramm, Maryann Lamport, Becky 
Wagner Fr. McNeill Row 3: Mark 
Patey, Ken Pizza 



rights and a sports night in 
Thompson gym. During the 
fall semester, the club en- 
joyed a two day retreat of fel- 
lowship and fun. The organ- 
ization worships at a weekly 
liturgy in Rider Hall. 



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Row I: Trina Tillman, Beth Batcho. 
John Koonlz, Ellen Kleinsleuher, 
Denise Bell Row 2: Jamie Farkas, 
Melissa Snyder, Jen Riley, Deborah 
Williams. Christy Y.akis, Angle 
Gruhb, Timothy Aiken, Cecilia 
Schodowski, Melanie Karns Row 3: 
Matthew Sand, Christopher Roscoe, 
Heather Frank, Tammy Barner, 
Kalhy Marlell, Stephanie Taylor, Mi- 
chele Baker, Gina Wiessner, Renee 
Hatter. Heather Florin 



Math 

Generating and maintaining 
an active interest in math is 
the main purpose of this club. 
This group made up of math 
majors and those just inter- 
ested in math, provide a fo- 
rum to exchange ideas and 
information. The group likes 
to have social get togethers 
such as picnics and pizza par- 
ties. 



Psychology 

The psychology club has ap- 
proximately thrity members, 
some of which are psychology 
majors and minors, while 
others are just curious about 
the field. The goal of this 
club, with the support of the 
psychology department, is to 
facilitate student participa- 
tion in guest speakers and 
professional conferences. 
The club is active on 
Elizabethtown College cam- 
pus by sponsoring a midway 
booth and also selling t- 
shirts. 




Row 1: Lisa Van Ness, Tanya 
Lazuka, Angela Shin, Chri McGay, 
Christine Vincent, Jenny Wolbach, 
Susan Snyder Row 2: Deb Williams, 
Brian Gwynne, Karen Kelly. Mike 
Johnstone, Starlene Keeney. Kim 
Weller, Marsha Zablotney. Amy El- 
ter 



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Row 1: Cindy Stringas, Noreen 
Cahill, Leah Stevens, Kelly Strayer 
Row 2: Professor Winpenny, Rob 
Saienni, Keith Camilli, David Helms, 
Jerry Skotleski, Tom Schneider 




History 

The history club brings to- 
gether history enthusiasts in a 
friendly atmosphere to dis- 
cuss their various areas of in- 
terest. Although a small club, 
the members still hold annual 
fundraisers and take field 
trips to local places. The club 
also sponsors an honor soci- 
ety, Phi Alpha Theta, for 
those students who excel in 
the field of history. The club 
stays active on campus by 
hosting guest speakers. 



Commuters 

The commuters are a unique 
organization on campus. Since 
this group of students do not 
reside at the college they do 
not have a room to go to be- 
tween classes. For this reason, 
the BSC has a commuter 
lounge designed to aid these 
students and contains vending 
machines, a refrigerator, and 
TV. The members sponsor 
game nights, hold fundraisers, 
and have intramural teams. 



Row 1: Greg Sharp, Travis Kreiser, 

Doug Merrifield, Doug Wells Row 2: 

Phil Billoni, Ed Bley, Keith Camilli, 

I Glenn Pott, Dave Parker, Craig Rowe 

| Row 3: Holly Garner, Leslie Weaver, 

Laura Snelick, Lori Good, Carol Hof- 

fer, Monica Hess, Angela Hoffman. 

I Kimberly Kling, Trisha Starace, 

Missv Bubacz 



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Brethren Fellowship 



The members of the Brethren 
Student Fellowship find di- 
rection and strength not only 
from its advisor, Dr. Chris- 
tina Bucher, but also from 
the other other individuals in 
the group. The club's main 
goal is to give people with 
similar beliefs an alternative 
activities, both on campus 
and off. Each year at Christ- 
mas time, the members of 
this club go caroling at the 



Brethren Village. On campus 
during the past year, they 
also sponsored games and 
movies nights. Since it is re- 
ligiously affliated, a weekly 
Bible study is held. This 
weekly get together is not re- 
stricted to its members, but is 
open to anyone who would 
like to attend. As a special 
event, the Brethren Student 
Fellowship conducted a 
clowning workshop. 




Row 1: Mark Ebersole, Betsy Delong, 
Deborah Lehmen, Marci Seller, Jen- 
nifer Riley Row 2: Sue Delong. Jon- 
athan Shively. Dayna Long. Denise 
Germond. Holly Kreider, Susan 
Rainev. Christina Bucher 



Row 1: Tanya Lazuka, Dana Giggey, 
Kristin Monis, Jenny Hull Row 2: 
Karla Fleshman, Denise Adamucci. 
Maria Pollak, Cecilia Schodow- 
skijayne Lesh, Wendy Jacobs Row 
3: Barry Phillips, Kate Paxson, Dawn 
Brewer, Mary Schramm, JeffLaugh- 
lin, Jeff Rowley, Cindy Rodgers 




Habitat 

Habitat for Humanity is a 
new international recog- 
nized club here at 
Elizabethtown college. Dur- 
ing spring break, fifteen club 
members traveled to South 
Carolina to help with the 
clean up from hurricane 
Hugo. Habitat for Humanity 
is an organization which not 
only attempts to make people 
aware of the lack of adequate 
shelter, but also gives new 
hope to those families with- 
out it. 

Social 
Work 

It takes a special person to be 
a social work major. To vol- 
untarily give their time to do 
all they can for others is the 
goal of this club. They spon- 
sored a children's theme 
week in January in hopes of 
increasing the awareness of 
the students of the E-town 
campus. In the past, the club 
has sponsored special events, 
informative programs, and 
fundraisers all for the benefit 
of others. 



Row 1: Teresa Cnderkoffler. Heather 
Nolhwang. Julie Hefner. Michelle Dealer. 
Chris Miller. Sharon Kozey Row 2: Lisa 
Wilson, Carol Thomas, Chris McGay, 
Chris Calahrese. Beth Rhoades. Deena 
Gift Row 3: Star Keener. Becky Scheidel, 
Jen Grim. Palu Kunkle. Suzette Hutch- 
inson. Carolyn Tulho. Marianne Deh'tlip- 
po. Mary Beth Temple. Prof. Rose-Rohm. 
Prof Bergel Row 4 Becky Wagner, Mary 
Ca.se. Karla Fleshman. Deh Gartner. Lisa 
Spoflord. Sandy Garrison Kim Peck Row 
5: Amy Eller, Cindy Arnold. Karen 
Barnelt. Tiffany Poole. Wendy Rehling 



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Pi Theta Epsilon 



Pi Theta Epsilon recognizes 
and encourages scholarship 
and service involvement of 
occupational therapy stu- 
dents. The members are all 
juniors and seniors. This club 
contributes to the advance- 
ment in the area on campus. 
Pi Theta Epsilon also raises 
the visibility of the field of 
occupational therapy in the 
local community. In the past 
year, the members of this 
honor society traveled to a a 



local childrens hospital and 
nursing home to visit with 
the patients. The time they 
give is voluntary, but the 
smiles on the faces of those 
they visit is payment enough. 
These students give their 
time to help others who are 
less fortunate. They take 
pride in being in a field with 
the main goal of helping and 
improving the lives of other 
people. 



Row 1: Gregg Wareham, Kristin 
Nissley. Dawn Clayton Row 2: Kathy 
Adams, Sally Glaser, Michelle Andre, 
Dawn Brewer, Julie Stilley Row 3: 
Michelle Musselman, Grace Co- 
langelo. Delphie Dickerson, Kelly 
Bergstresser, Corie Lees, Melanie 
Ferraro, Gail Barnett 




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Row 1: Janet Miller, Amy Herman, 
Sue DeLong Row 2: Lori Good, Slept; 
Peterson, Cecilia Schodowski, Je- 
anette Martin 



Delphi Society 



The college has an honor so- 
ciety for those juniors and 
seniors who have achieved 
excellence in scholarship, 
leadership, and service dur- 
ing their years at Etown. This 
club is known as Delpi So- 
ciety. 

This group sponsors an an- 
nual Delphi Lecturer to 
speak at Monday at Ten. 



Along with this speaker, their 
is an evening banquet so the 
members of the society can 
speak personally with the dis- 
tinguished guest. 
The club also has an initi- 
ation banquet for its new 
members and a pizza party at 
which the next years officers 
are elected. 









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Black Student Union 



The Black Student Union is a 
group organized to provide 
unity and outreach to the 
campus community, twice 
each week, members meet to 
discuss the business of the 
club, as well as issues of con- 
cern. For nearly three years 
now, the Black Student Un- 
ion has been organized and 
active in various aspects of 
campus life. 

The Black Student Union, 
sponsored a theme weekend 
which included a a special 
dinner, speakers, and various 
campus events. The theme 



weekend was an aggressive 
undertaking for the small but 
energetic group, many of 
whom are first-year mem- 
bers. The B.S.U. also took 
charge of the minority week- 
end, organized for all minor- 
ity groups on campus. This 
weekend also involved a spe- 
cial dinner and speakers, as 
well as a panel discussion. 
The Black Student Union is 
not a culture club, but rather 
a service group open to all 
who wish to promote cultural 
diversity. 



Row 1: Ed Johnson, Karen Kelly, Ron 
Demby, Sherice Young, Talitha 
Johnson. Tom Ashby Row 2: Abiola 
Abrams, Sue Rainey, Mary Chanlre, 
Aaron Blanding, LaShondra Herring. 
Denise Germond. Charisse Young 




Row 1: Sharif Abaza, Scolt Helsel, 
Mandy Cushman, Ann Loose, Deb 
Lehman. Karen Vannucci Row 2: Jeff 
Peluse, Melanie Ferraro, Monica 
Esh, Tonya Lazuka, Jen Davis, Dana 
Laricks, Brandie Tollman. Michelle 
Degler. Matt Simmons. Herb Nix. 
Marcus Grimm. Rick Graybill. Jon 
Gonzalez. Diane Tregaskis, Kelly 
Bergstresser Row 3: Michelle Baker, 
Anne Miller. Steph Peterson, Micki 
Dubois, Tracy Raine, Missy Little. 
Greg Donecker, Mike Dufaull, Jacky 
James 







Student Senate 



The Student Senate is the 
governing body of this cam- 
pus and is comprised of class 
officers, club and dorm rep- 
resentatives. Most of the 
work they do goes on behind 
the scenes. However, they are 
reponsible for one of the big- 
!| gest annual events, home- 
I coming. This event requires 
i l dedication by the members 
'j of this group and takes 
|j months to plan. In the past 
I year, they also supported 
! family night and sponsored a 
Monday at ten speaker. 



During the past school year, 
the group operated under a 
newly written constitution. 
Although some flaws in the 
system were found, the mem- 
bers were pleased with the 
new document. Several revi- 
sions have been made for the 
next year. 

Student Senate has been un- 
der the supervision of pres- 
ident Kelly Bergstresser for 
the past two years and she 
was recognized for her ser- 
vice. 



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Row L Herb Nix. Dana Laricks. Mi- 
chele Oehme row 2: Penny Miller, 
Kevin Grant Schoman, Stephanie 
Gibson, April Gundy Row 3: Missy 
Little, Ann Douglass, Carol Thomas 
Row 4: William A. Smith 



Republicans 

College Republicans is a 
group which is organized in 
order to promote and support 
the ideals of the Republican 
Party, both on campus and in 
its surrounding aommunity. 
This year, one of the most 
successful years in the club's 
history, saw a variety of 
events sponsored by the 
young Republicans, all to 
promote and heighten polit- 
ical awareness on campus. 



Band 

Through their club, the band 
hopes to promote and in- 
crease the visibility of the 
concert band, its members, 
and its activities. They spon- 
sor an anuual midway booth 
and also an alumni band. 
One of the high points for 
this club of talented musi- 
cians is the spring trip to 
Washington DC. The groups 
advisor is Mr. Kitchen, who 
dedicates a lot of his time to 
this organization. 




Row I: Deb Lehman. Leigh Francis, 
Pamela Wolf, Cathy McHose Row 2: 
Dee Dee Jacoby. Jennifer Riley, 
Missy Neely. Brenda Norris, Ann 
Loose, Eileen O'Donnell, Elissa Czet- 
li. Crystal Myers, Cindy Links Row 
3: Missy Bubaez, Scott Bacon, Ron 
Demby, Andrea Simon 



Marketing 



Approximately thirty mar- 
keting students belong to this 
business club. In order to 
develope an awareness of dif- 
ferent marketing situations in 
the business world, the club 
sponsored fieldtrips to sur- 
rounding businesses and 
hosted guest lecturers. One 



project organized by this 
group, was the sub sale and 
baked goods sale at the 1 990 
Homecoming Midway. The 
officers and advisors, Mr. 
Moyer and Ms. Hill, provid- 
ed the leadership needed for 
a successful club. 









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Row 1: Cindy Blecker. Bill Loos, 
Tom Schneider, Kim Johnson, Bo 
Houtz, Kimberly Fies, Alison Billoni, 
Sonja Bercaw Row 2: Kelly Carlson, 
Amy Beamer, Diana Frantz, March 
Eidemiller, Lisa Gerhart, Sheri 
Kemper, Rick Graybill Row 3: Heath- 
er Bailey, Noelle Stiles, Bonnie 
Shupp. Robin Ricketts 



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T ronically, the new begin- 
nings for members of the 
senior class comes at the end of 
their final year at 
Elizabethtown College. 1989- 
1990 seniors leave the halls of 
Elizabethtown College to find 
the world a greatly changed 
place from what it was when 
they were freshmen four short 
years ago. 

The seniors, to help make the 
college a better place for those 
yet to come, had the highest 
ever participation rate in the 
senior class pledge program. 
The class of 1990 also gave the 
college funds to be used to- 
wards the purchase of new 
books for The High Library 
through the adopt a book pro- 
gram. They hope the books will 
enable others to make new be- 
ginnings. 




SENIORS 



Joseph C Idams 

Business Administration 

Anthony Agatone 

History 

Cheryl L iilmeycr 
Business Administration 



Ernest Alviani 

Accounting 

Christie Antonelli 

Psychology 

Barry At ticks 

Business Administration 



Judy Babcock 

Business Administration 

David Bailey 

Marketing 

H alley Ann Baker 

Marketing 



Karen A. Barclay 

Business Administration 

Gail Diane Barnelt 

Occupational Therapy 

Karen Marie Barnelt 

Psychology 





Judith Barton 
Business Administration 
Becky Battles 
Occupational Therapy 
Amy Suzanne Beamer 
Business Administration 



Katherine Beaver 

Early Childhood Educat 

Tom Bechtold 

PreEngineenng 

Christine Beckwith 

Psychology 



Sony a Soy Berchaw 
Business Administration 
Kelly Bergstresser 
Occupational Therapy- 
Kelly Bermingham 
Political Science 



Barabara L. Biehl 
Business Administration 

James J. Biondolillo 

Business Administration 

Jennifer L. Black 

Communications 



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Cynthia M. Blackenship 
Political Science 
Raymond K. Blalz 
Occupational Therapy 
H endy I '. Bluett 
Communications 



Denise R. E. Bomello 

Communications 

Pam Bolder 

Religion/Philosophy 
Herxe Bourquin 



Christina Bova 
Elememtary Education 

Karen Bratma 
Communications 

Amber L. Brill 
Communications 



Timothy D. Browne 
Business Administration 
Brent William Brugler 
Communications 
William K. Buck III 
Computer Science 




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Michael Bunmck 
Political Science 
Stephen E. Butler 
Business Administration 
Richard Byers 
Communications 



Lisa J. Caldwell 

Accounting 

Kathy I. Calnon 

English/Professional 11 riling 

Stephen Capoferi 

Social Work 



Beth Ann Carhaugh 

Occupational Therapy 

Danielle H. Carter 

Communications 

Mary Heather Case 

Social Wrok 



Jill M. Caston 

Business Administrate 

Christina Chapman 

Pschology 

Andrea Clark 

Occupational Therapy 



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Mary Beth Cochran 
Biochemistry/Biology 
1 'ita Grace Colangelo 
Occupational Therapy 
Randy Compton 
Business Administration 



Scott Conary 

Biology 

Michelle Conner 

Communications 

Cathryn A. Connolley 

Communications 



David J. Cooper 

Business Administration 

Colleen E. Corbin 

Elementary/Early Childhood Education 

Tracy Crane 

Occupational Therapy 



Knsten Cummings 

Early Childhood Education 

Virgina Curtis 

Elementary/Early Childhood Education 

Jonathon E. Davis 

Political Science 




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Melissa A. Davis 

Elementary Education 

Michael Deck 

PreEngineenng 

Pricillia Sue Delong 

Elementary Education 



Richard Depinto 

Computer Science 

Craig Depoe 

Biology 

Stacy M. Desmond 

Accounting 



Michelle D. Deveney 

Communications 

Delphie Ann Dickerson 

Occupational Therapy 

Tyffini Alyse Dodge 

Psychology 



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James Douglas 

Biology 

Ann Douglas 

Political Science 

Donna J. Eckcnrolh 

English/Literature 



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Elizabeth Eckerson 

Psychology 

Marsha Sue Eidemiller 

Business Administration 

Muhclc M Embon 

Early Childhood Education 






Monica Esh 

Occupational Therapy 

Kathenne C. Eyster 

Social Work 

Julie E. Fallen 

Occupational Therapy 



Amelyn Fenstermacher 

Early Childhood Education 

Melanie D. Ferraro 

Occupational Therapy 

Kimberly J. Fies 

Business Administration 



Michael J. F'iola 
Computer Science 
Margaret Fisher 
Communications 
\ anessa L. Fitz 
Biology 




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Karla L. Fleshman 

Social Work 

Chritopher Fluck 

Communications 

Elizabeth Flynn 

Elementary Education 




Sharon Lynelte Gilbert 

Communications 

Lori A. Good 

Accounting 

tmy Got/en vA/ 

Occupational Therpy 



Jennifer Grim 

Social Work 

Christopher Guear 

Political Science 

Christina Linn Hale 

Elementary Education 



Sheila M. Hall 

Elememtary Education 

Nicole Harris 

Marketing 

Susan Harris 

Business Administration 



Brad Hassinger 
Business Administration 
Maragaret B. Hassold 
Elementary Education 

Heidi Hausner 
Occupational Therapy 




Anthony M. Heath 

Psychology 

Laurie Hepburn 

Early Childhood/Elementary Education 

James Richard Hepfer III 

Communications 



Christopher Wayne Hill 
Communications 
Holly S. Hilliar 

Biology 

Angela D. Himes 

Business Administration 




Pamela Irish 
i hemistry 

Steven Irwin 
( 'ommunications 
Diane /> Jacoby 
Wusii I ducation 



KimberlyA. Johnson 

Business Administration 

Linda Johnson 

Chemistry 

Christine V. Jurasinski 
Bio-Chcmistrv 



Lawrence Keba 

Communications 

Melissa Kemberling 

Early Childhood Education 

Sheri Lynn Kemper 

Marketing 



Carl Kern 

Communications 

Elizabeth Kiam 

Social Work 

Kristine Marie Kiefer 

Business Administration 




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Jonathan A. Kissel 

Business Administration 

Gary M. Kline 

Accounting 

Scott Kling 

Business Administration 



Fred Koerber 
Business Administration 

Judy M. Krasowski 

Mass Communications 

Christina L. Kukula 

Biology/Pre-Med. 



Patricia Mane Kunkle 

Social Work 

Matthew Kurzawa 

Political Science 

Karen Ann Landis 

Accounting 



Sara Lantz 

Elementary Education 

Lane C. Lapp 

Music Therapy 

Dana Joyce Laricki 

Political Science 



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Janei I \ tin l edbelier 

Business {(/ministration 

Kn\ii Dawn Lederei 

Occupational Therapy 

I orh I 
o, cupational Therapy 



Peter Legrady 

lecounting 

Deborah J. Lehman 

Music Education 
Michelle M. Lcnnon 
Occupational Therapy 



Kristen Lenskold 
Occupational Therapy 
Dayna Michelle Long 
Elementary Education 

Julie A.Long 
Business Administration 



William L. Loos 

Marketing/Management 

Jeffrey Loughlm 

Computer Science 

Stephen Lyons 

Accounting 




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Heather Macken 

Lisa Marcocci 

Early ( hildhood Education 

Kathleen J. Mattel 

Mathematics 



Jeanette S. Martin 

English/Professional Writing 

Jeffrey Masom 

Business Administration 

Robert Mason 
Business Administration 



Jonathan II'. Mathews 
Business Administration 
Leslie Rose Matthews 

English Literature 

James S. McGonigle 

Political Science 



David Mel h ml 

Business Administration 

Dawn Megan McLanahan 

Business Administration 

Sherry J McS aught 

Occupational Therapy 



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Josettel Merkel 
Occupational Therapy 

Susan i Mete 
English/Literature t oncentration 

Elizabeth Heyers 
Occupational Therapy 



Jatwt I). Miller 
Elememtary Education 

Jennifer L. Miller 

Occupational Therapy 

Leana V. Miller 

Biology 



Eric Moberg 

Business Administration 

Steven Morganli 

Sociology 

James McKinnon Afuir. Jr. 

Business Administration 



Middle Lynn Musselman 
Occupational Therapy 

Jeffrey R. Musser 
Business Administration 

Diane A. Myers 
Elememtary Education 




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Gregory Ncidig 
Business Administration 

Joel S. Netser 

Mathematics 

Michael Ney 

Communications 



Tuandung Nguyen 

Chemistry 

Kimberly O'Brien 

Psychology 

Jean O'Conner 

Communications 



Kimberly C. Peck 

Social Work 

Beth Pedersen 

Occupational Thrapy 

Jeffrey M. Peluse 

Political Science 



I 



Anthony M. Perilli 

Business Administration 

Stephanie L. Petersen 

Communications 

Kristin Pelulla 

Pvchology 



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Glenn K. Pickering 
Business Administration 

Joseph Pisapia 
Business idministration 
Powell 
English/Pn ifes Ut mal H riling 



Mark Pratzner 

Business Idministration 

Kimberly Reed 

Political Science 

Jarrod Renninger 

Business idministration 



Linda I '. Robertson 

Elementary Education 

David S. Rockey 

Biology /Pre-Med 

Diane C. Rodriguez 

Business Education 



Kelly L. Rogers 
Early Childhood Education 
Daniel J. Rovito 
Communications 
Rebecca L. Runge 
Business Administration 




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Steven E. Sadler 

Business Administration 

Neda Maria Sane 

Business Administration 

Dan V. Scaricaciottol 

Communications 



Paul C. Schneider 

Philosophy 

Cecilia M. Schodowski 

Mathematics 
Tammie L Schooley 
Occupational Therapy 



Holly P. Schoonmaker 

Business Administration 

Christine A. Sechler 

Accounting 

Jay R. Seidenstricker 

Marketing/Management 



Steven S. Sensemch 
Accounting 

Nancy Shamonsky 
Economics 

L. Gregory Sharp 
Accounting 



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Stefanie E Shartle 

Communications 

■: Sheffield 

Business Xdminislration 

Jonathan Shively 

Music 



Susanna (; Shue 

English 
Deanna D. Sibert 

English 

Jerome Skotleski 

Social Studies 



Amy L. Smith 

Soical Work 

Edward C. Smith III 

Business Administration 

Suzanne Smith 

English 



Melissa L. Synder 

Mathematics 

Bruce B. Stanerl 

Business Administration 

Amy Lynne Stitzel 
Elementary Education 




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Cynthia Rachel Stringas 

Social Studies Education 

Scott Strobel 

Communication', 

Joanne Susko 

Accounting 



Stephanie L. Swanson 

Communications 

Frances L. Tallcy 

Elcmcmtary Education 

Karen Leigh Taylor 
Business Administration 



Deborah Ann Tecr 

Elcmcmtary Education 

Mary Beth Temple 

Social Wrok 

Joseph M. Tenza 

Psychology 



Carol Sue Thomas 

Social Work 

Dertk Thomas 

Business Administration 

Douglas S. Thomas 

Communications 



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Virginia W. Thomas 
Elementary Education 

Lynn S Thompson 
Elementary Education 

Brian (J Tomasino 
Business Idministration 



\!atihc» II I ibel 

Psychology 
Elizabeth I 'anNess 

Psychology 
Diane M I anaman 
Elementary Education 



Karen A. Vannucci 

Accounting 

Shirley Waite 

Business Administration 

MehndaA. Walker 

Occupational Therapy 



Alice Mane Walton 
. iccounting 

Kenneth II Walton 
Accounting 

George Scott Haters 
Computer Science 




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Robert W. Watson, III 
Communications 
Mandy Weaver 

English 

Leslie Weaver 

Psychology 



Christine M. Weber 

Ocupational Therapy 
Charles. 4. Hells 
Biology /Pre-Med 

Michael Lee Welly 
Mathematics 



Michelle R H enzel 
Ocupational Therapy 

Melissa J. Wetzel 
Elementary Education 

Heidi Whatlon 
Business Administration 



Tracy W he Ian 

Business/Marketing 

James White III 

Business Administration 

Susan R. H 'idders 
Business Administration 



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Dale R Wiles 
History 

Lisa M. Wilson 

Social Work 

Jennifer A. Wolbach 

Psychology 



Lorinda Wright 

Biochemistry 

Thomas Wysocki 

Elementan' Education 

William C. Yator 

Computer Science 



Sherice D. Young 

Biochemistry 

Tara J. Zanecki 

Communications 

S. Hutchinson 




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After less than a month, it is hard to 
distinguish the freshmen from upper- 
classmen. 






T} very year at Ehzabethtown 
*~* College, the freshmen class 
begins its journey in search of 
that college degree. The fresh- 
men of 1989-1990 had the op- 
portunity to take part in new 
freshmen seminar offerings, 
kim designed to help them become 
accustomed to college life. As 
part of the new core, all future 
freshmen will be placed in 
freshmen seminars. 
Even though they are seasoned 
veterans of college life, the 
sophomores and juniors get a 
yearly opportunity to start 
fresh. These classes entered 
their second year under the col- 
lege's new alcohol policy, and 
witnessed their surroundings 
changing, as the BSC was ren- 
ovated and Preservation Hall 
took the place of the old post 
office. 





UNDERCLASSMEN 



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BRINSER ■ 



Brinser. the only all male 
dorm on campus, is home to 
1 40 men. This dorm sponsored a 
theme month which was based 
on Woodstock: 20 Years Later. 
The showing of the movie 
Woodstock was the main event 
of the month. Other activities 
included a forum on environ- 
mental issues, tie-dying, and re- 
flections by several professors on 
the events of the sixties. 



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tin. Rick Saulle. Second Ron Ron Napoli, Bill 
Friedmann. Dan Mink, Ron Urich. Third 
Ron Dougdree. Paul Mushchick. Kcvoi Schu- 
man. Mark Moore Fourth Ron Bill Ushler. 
Don Blvler. Eric Paules. Fifth Ron James 
Ravenscroft. Matt L'nger. Paul Collela. Kevin 
Ackerman. Sixth Row Jason Kirknood. Mike 
Mondeaux. Dennis Saric. 



Brinser 2-S Top Row.Scott Waters, 
Pete Legrady. Mat! Jenkins, Ken Piz- 
za. Bill Renniger, Bob Watson. Sec- 
ond Row.Scott Leister, Barry Wiles, 
Steve Sensenich, Joel Neiheiser. 
Third Row:Paul Hester, Mark 
Scharr, Terry Putt, Oden Maxwell, 
Matt Kurzawa, Steve Morganti. 
Fourth Row.Augie Acevedo, Dave 
Helms. Chris Holmes. Chris Guear. 



Brinser 3-N First Row.Mitchell Groh, 
Matt Mackowski. Ray Howell. Sec- 
ond Row.R. T McClain, Sean Rowe. 
Tom Roche, Jeff Dwyer. Third 
Row.Marc Ahrens, Scott Esworthy, 
Dwighl Lefever, Chris Kurtz. Shane 
Varner. 




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Brinser 3-S Top Row.Sean Gallagher 
Brian Lemma, Chuck Greiner, Jot 
Scrignoli, Piyush Bohotnagar. Sec- 
ond Row: Jay Holler, Jeff Micklitz, 
Mike McCune, Tom Miller, Rick 
Brown, Steve Spurgeon. Third 
Row.Kevin Rough, Rod Martzell, 
Marcus Grimm, Mark Litmann. 
Ernie LaRossa, Jim Brumbaugh. 
Fourth Row.Mark Meyer, Jeff 
DeStephano, Matt McCarron, Scott 
Trimble, Frank Graf. Lou Baney. 



FOUNDERS 

February was the love month 
for Founders this year. The 
Founders "Love Shack" is a 
coed dorm housing 325 stu- 
dents. The theme month ad- 
dressed topics such as relation- 
ships, STD's/AIDS, alternate 
lifestyles and the loss of love. 
Activities highlighting the 
month included a Valentine's 
Day Dance, a theme dinner, the 
Dating Game, and the Room- 
mate Game. Founders also 
keeps busy with a variety of oth- 
er activities including weekly 
dances. 

Founders RA's Row 1 .Cindy Wilhelm- 
Ernharth, Mark Ebersole. Tayna Kimball. 
Ron Dembv. Marsha Zablotney. Udochi 
Amachi. Michelle Aitala. Row 2:Lisa W il- 
son, Navid Haghdosl, Michele Embon. 
Herb Nix, Kellie McGowan. Barry Atucks. 

A-l Row LAnne Malin, Amy gills, 
Danielle Ferro, Kim Brown, Myra 
Rudakevich, Cara Allen. Row 2:Tish 
Phillips, Allison Fisher. Kelly Slazin- 
ski. Udochi Amachi, Carolyn Bolich. 
Jeanette Digwood. Anne Miller. Row 
3:Kathv Hensinger. Betsy Geistwhite. 
Talitha Johnson. Charisse Jackson, 
Holly Wolff, Heidi Perry. 



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.-I-. 1 Row EMichelle Aitala. Bill 
Ridenhour. Erik Ariza. Row 2 Kim 
Hoffman. Aiaie BoUick, Murk Wil- 
liams, Tom flecker, Jack Sliner. Eric 
Reinbold. Jill SprankU, Holly Wul- 
drerk. Row 3:Jen Coates, Dot Craven, 
Mark Ebersole, Eric Dehiscio, Faye 
Belsker. Row 4:Amy Murray. Tim 
Gebhardt. Dave Hancock. Frank De- 
Angelis. Courtney Caggiano, Tayna 
Johnson. Chris Williams. Eori Wil- 
kins. 



A-3 Row E.Jen Greenlree. Gen 
Syrnick. Row 2:Kelly Irlbacher, Dana 
Giggey, Chrissy Renner. Lisa Boden. 
Row 3:Karen Eandis. Sherry Brain, 
Angie Grubh. Margaret Fisher. Terry 
Oberst, Keri Davis. Bob Molt. Row 
4:Jeff Pelloose. Sharon Curtis, Jen 
Koch. Barry Atticks. Row 5 Mark Ol- 
sen, David Rich. Ravi Palel. James 
Gould, John Lerch, Bill Loos, Jeff 
Jeffries. Barry Phillips, Ken Ham- 
macker. 



B-l Row E April Gandy, Stacy 
Hubley, Laurie Lehman, Tayna 
Kimball. Colleen Dougherty. Row 
2:Penny Miller, Beth Wickersham, 
Joanne Susko, Stephanie Gibson, 
Sherri Bjornstad. 




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B-2 Row I.Charles Hacke 
Bricker, Katie Paxson, Allison Poore. 
Row 2:Tara Postens, Sabrina John- 
son, Kevin Hinkle, Stephanie Wright, 
Debbie Frain, Dan Walker. Row 
i.Heather Florin, Jo-Anne Baisden, 
Jen Waller, Julie Hefner, Lori 
Halenda, Alan Johnson. Row 4:Jud 
Christopher, Mark Kline, Jen Fidler, 
Bill Georgelis, Gina Wiessnner, Herb 
Nix, Tammy Hershberger, Emily 
Foster, Dave Wilke, Brian Barr, Jeff 
Thompson. 



B-3 Row I.Amy Kline. Michele Em- 
bon. Row 2:Elizabeth Schell, Pam 
Reeh, Laura Handel, Anne Weidner, 
Laurilyn Witherup, Sonja Bercaw, 
Carla Shoemaker. Row 3:Linda Hen- 
nen, Sarah Steuber, Liz Schiedt, Jaci 
Moyer, Diane Owensby, Cindy Mal- 
lett, Linda Kolo, Stephanie Faulkner. 
Cassandra Smothers. Row 4:Karen 
George, Kim Hall, Noreen Cahill, 
Megan Thompson. Betsy Barnes, 
Heather Hauer, Jen Benton, Tara 
Latzo, Laura Phillips. 



C-2 Row LKim Craddock, Stephanie 
Turnball, Heather Kostick. Eileen 
Henry, Debbie Wilson, Gretchen 
Lusch. Row 2:Alison Smith, Laura 
Greger, Julie Innerst, Michelle Bena- 
mati, Karen Haldeman. Stephanie 
Brubaker, Jessica Shue, Maureen 
Ferrari. Row 3:Sue Karrer, Pam 
Doerr, Amy Wilson. Jennifer Smith. 
Jane Edwards, Ronda Wayne, Jen- 
nifer Hubler, Chris Antonelli, Lisa 
Wilson. 



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C-3 Row I. -Heather Bailey, Kirk 
Zeger. Chad Doyle. Alicia Dolan. 
Madeline Fieldhouse. Row 2:Gary 
Blacksmith, Andrew Macomber, I hil- 
ly Anns. Janeen Skovran. Amy No- 
ble. Row J.Todd Tyson, Michael 
Johnstone, Steve Barnes, Chris 
Bernosky, Rick Cappadonna. 



D-l Row I: Bill Hudson. Sue Ferzetti, 
Alex Poirel. Carta Gallo. Kellie 
McGowan. Row 2:Melissa Brail, Jen 
Wyman, Mike Riggs, Tara Hamil- 
ton. Row 3: Kathy Adams. Kara 
Simons, Tammy Melz. Row 4:Joseph 
Bossio, Doug Reynolds, Mark Hodg- 
son, Robert Seven. Steve Johns. 



D-2 Front to BackKim Dickinson, 
Michele Neary, Angle Rosenberry, 
Nicole Ford. Tracy Kiwak. Judy 
Shufelt. Matt Simmons. Kirslen Kel- 
logg, Andy Burke, Andy Rough- 
garden. 




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D-3 First Row.Ben Heckman, Col- 
leen Ehret, Jamie Knowles. 
Zablotney. Amy Sheaffer, Lorinda 
Wright, Michelle Lennon. Second 
Row.Mike Bubnis, Beth Arbaugh, 
Dale Ziegler, Barbara Biehl. Michael 
McGinnis, Mike Schaeberle, Andy 
Etter. Third Row:Philip Gale. Nick 
Guarante, Toby Powley, James 
Dunn, Mark Patey, Dave Bachand. 
Brett Preston. 




MYER 

IMyer Dorm is considered 
the center of the campus. 
This dorm which is home to 
1 64 females, contains the caf- 
eteria. Myer sponsored a 
theme month during the 
month of April dealing with 
time management, relieving 
stress, and taking care of your 
health. Besides their theme 
month, Myer also showed a 
movie to support alcohol 
awareness week. 



Myer RA's Row I.Chris Calabrese. 
Row 2:Kim Weller. Row 3:Karla 
Fleshman. Row 4:Linda Robinson. 
Row 5:Kim Peck, Beth Carbaugh. 



Myer 1-E Top.Kristen Hosier, Karla 
Fleshman. Bottom.Maria Pollak. 
Denise Large, Susan Snyder. 




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Myer 2-E Row I: Wendy Matthew. 
Mary ( ardamone. Row 2:Gail Faust. 
Maritess Delastlas, Tricia Treaster, 
Colleen Kelly. Katy Savare, Laura 
Lehn. Row 3:Bonnie Williams. 
Michelle Sleeley. Jaimie Farkas, Jen- 
nifer Massey. Elizabeth Strauss, 
Gretchen Gross. Dawn Boccio. Row 
4: Barb Rhile. Diane Vanaman, 
Monica Humphrey. Alice Walton. 
Crystal Grover. Row 5: Kristie 
Bombaro. Molly Griest. Linda Rob- 
inson. Kim Ruffner. Ginger Yingung, 
Jen Riley. Megan Maguire. 




Myer 2-W Row LKrista Mas- 
trangelo. Amy Jo Lutz. Wendy 
Mayer. Alison Pedrick, Jen Hester, 
Michelle Lenig. Casi Clocker. Row 
2: Michelle DeAngelis. Sue Jud, Ron 
ni Bell. Melissa Young. Melissa 
Kucks. Kristen Pitus, Tina Rahn 
Denise Bell. Julie Borst. Row 3: Dana 
Dorrell. Barbara Russo. Susan Stand- 
bridge. Karen Santore. Elayne Jones, 
Nancy Dunmyer, Sherri Fox. 



Myer 3-E Row 1 Jennifer Glynn, 
Amy Salmon. Kara Wilson, Tracy 
Varano. Kerri Gersl, Eve Puhalla. 
Row 2: Donna Scharr, Andrea Thorn- 
ton, Bobbi Andrews, Andrea Wagnei 
Brandie Tollman, Jenny Carbaugh, 
Karen Martins, Micki Anderson 
Wendy Rehling. Row 3:Lisa McCon- 
nell, Debbie Shaw, Diane Kipp. Kris- 
la Wosiski, Cortney Herpich. Bl 
ra Willison, Melanie Alderfer. Row 
4:Timna Royer, Karen Butts, Beth 
Carbaugh, Kelli Semion. 



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Myer 3-W Row 1: Lisa 
Linda Ireland. Elizabeth Reed. Tisha 
Frank, Laura Buckley, Christina 
Calabrese. Row 2: Karen Benner. 
Jenn Zerbe, Allison Travas, Steph- 
anie Lander, Christine Jurasinski. 
Row 3: Tracy Crane, Tracy Zim- 
merman. Deborah Lehman, Amy Et- 
ter. Row 4: Kim Crozier, Bridey 
McGuire. 



OBER 

One of the two co-ed 
dorms on campus, Ober 
Dorm, held their theme 
month during the month of 
November. In cooperation 
with Preservation Hall, this 
theme month centered 
around Amnesty Internation- 
al with many events to bring 
about awareness of this topic. 



Ober RA 's Row 1: Eric Myers. Row 2: 
Amy Michener. Ken Walton. Robbie 
Martin. Ron Wence. Row 3: Kathy 
Calnon. Tammy Dotts. Karen Haas. 
Jen Morin. 



Ober A- 1 Row 1: Michael Talarico, 
Chris Morgan, Larry Gray, Bill Buck, 
Brian Libby. Jeff Walmsley. Scott 
Hurst. Herve Bourquin. Mall Kindon. 
Scott Shuck. Row 2: Jeremy 
McGuire, Angelo Colavita, David 
Sandrock, Mark Turner, Mark Lan- 
dis, Keir Skiles. David Seifrit. Row 3: 
Kevin Leib. John Boylan, David 
Samso, Ron Wence, Eric Allen. 



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Ober A-2 Row I.Pat Walsh. Row 
2:Roberl Martin. Don Boulanger. 
Row 3:Nate Maclay, Jonathon Holm. 
Scott Applegate. Brian Cwynne. Bill 
Murray. Marly Rapp. Brian Ren- 
ninger. Reid Wolinsky. Row 4:Aaron 
Smith. David Schlegel. Curt Altland. 
Bill Sawyer. Mike Monsell. Chip Jel- 
ter. Jason Poley. Lee Huff. Derek 
Finchk. Sieve Willison. 



Ober A-3 Row I.Tony Schumaker, 
Franz Beckenbauer. Diego Mardona. 
Gartano Scirea. Marco Basten. Steve 
Banks. Row 2:Mall Padula, Terry 
Herron, Brian Holby. Chad Hoff- 
man. Ken Walton Dave Patton, Rich 
Banks. Gary Lloyd. Brian Wauhop, 
Aaron Lichtenwalner. Row 3:Rob 
Saienni. John Baxter, Jay Jenkins, 
Jon Gonzalez. Steve Herr. Dave Lo- 
pez. Dennis Lepold. Brian Lake. 



Ober Basement Row I.Ed Johson. 
Bill Aylward. Dave Lorelli, Ken Ja- 
cob. Row 2:Tim Finlan, Bill Andrews. 
Row i.Dave Moore. Erik Hess, Lance 
Lee. Jim Didyk. Scott Campanella. 
Row 4:Jim Hansbury, Kurt Barba- 
gallo. Mike Dufault. 







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Ober B-l Row V.Judy Reign 
Garrison, Linda Vondc 
Brenda Oswald, Kim Chew, Carolyn 
Schemick, Heather Zimmerman. 
Row 2:Becca Gavalelz, Michelle An- 
drews, Steph Hackenburg, Leslie 
Jackowski, Jill Katterman. Stacy 
Brain. Row SKaren Story, Sue Wes- 
terfield, Kate Krujka, Amy Michener, 
Tonya Kramer, Vivian Sewell, Jen- 
nifer Jackowski. Row 4:Kristin Rin- 
gleb, Jeanine Collette, Renee Jacobs, 
Helen Parkes, Chris Fritzinger, 
Grace Hogan. Trina Tillman. Kris 
Scarpino. 



Ober B-2 Row LMissy Nealey, 
Weezy Gates, Marci Grossman, 
Chere Parton, Deirdre Hendrie, 
Laurie Herbert, Kris Brennan, Nona 
Garlic. Row LBrenda Norris, Denise 
Germond, Anne Marie Mohr, Kerri 
Slavin, Dawn Pinand. Row 3:Liz 
Younger, Kimi Powers, Moira 
Shaughnessy, Jessica Bhuel. 



Ober B-3 Row l.Eilean O'Donnell. 
Jennifer Schwatka, Karen Allison, 
Nicole Nye, Janella Wright, Lisa 
Tarsi, Stacy Ives, Gisele Rinaldi. 
Jodie La Vare. Row 2:Paula McEwen, 
Lynn Chatterton, Mindy Kenny, Ju- 
lie Heiser, Amy Strieker, Donna 
Richardson, Jackie Caffrey, Lisa La- 
Porte, Kathy Calnon, Kathy Kaiser, 
Elissa Czetli. Row 3:Tami Noll, Leah 
Stevens, Carol Siekierka, Jennifer 
Santomanro. Maria Jannotii. 
Jocelyn Greener, Nicole Bruno, 
Ailinh Tu. Beth Salva, Kara Riegel, 
Kristin Morris. 



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ROYER 

Royer, home to 128 fe- 
males, helped us go 
around the world in 31 days 
by sponsoring an Interna- 
tional theme month, stopping 
for theme dinners and mov- 
ies. Several faculy told of 
their experiences abroad. 
Royer safely landed, leaving 
us with many memories. 



Royer 1-S Row 1 Renee Zeigler. Jen Hoffman. 
Ann Douglas. Jen Green. Gretchen Yulzler. 
Row 2 Belh Gaukler. Kann Tufarolo. Sandy 
Childs. Melissa Coll. Jen Gryckiewic:. Row 
3 Diane Taranlo. Rhonda Swuffer. Suzanne 
Riccardi. Dawnmane Anderson. Colleen 
Matejicka. Jill Cole. 



Royer I-N Row l.Mandy Sandford, 
Kerri Mlkvy, April Sielski. Danielle 
Hotko. Row 2:Tammy Grasso, Jen- 
nifer Gieniec. Christine Mc Gay, 
Cindy Arnold, Karen Fryer. Row 
3: Andrea Lweinger, Maria Russo, 
Kristin Dewald, Christy Vincent, 
Jenn Lee. Row 4:Karen Barnett. Lisa 
McDonald, Heather Frank, Amy 
Rieck. 





Royer 2-N Row LLauren Sutphen, 
Michelle Degler. Row 2:Noelle Stiles, 
Sarah Cole. Traci Musser, Danielle 
Rouiller. Melissa Mitchell. Mandy 
Cushman. Row 3:Christine Smith, 
Christina Patton, Amy Beamer, Ra- 
chel Sinay, Carol McErlean, Leslie 
Krum. Row 4:Marissa Burgener, 
Dehra Krause, Stacy Higgins, 
Suzanne Sherman. Belh Rhoades. 




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Royer 2-S Row l:Michelle 
Erin Goodman, Danielle Dimaicc 
Row 2:Debbie Shafer, Tobie 
Haverstein, Amy Douglas, Lisa 
Bachman, Pam Wolf, Patty Trala. 
Row 3:Dana Knorr, Michelle Baker, 
Kristin Mateer, Chris Muller, Missy 
Maikey. Row 4:Stacy Hachenberg, 
Gwyn Habingreither, Michele 
Kozimor, Diana Sisilli, Keri 
Fielding, Terri Schulta, Susan 
Walcher, Kimberly Matlock. 



Royer 3-N Row 1 :Crystal Myers, 
Cindy Links, Laura Baboian. Row 
2:Mara Tucker, Marie Szymanski, 
Elizabeth Doyle, Pam Boteler. Row 
3:jennifer Skilton, Staci Worley, 
Angela Shin, Denise Zeoli, Marion 
Jordan, Mary-Kate O'Brien. Row 
4:Angela Kuspa, Paula Patton, 
Jennifer Bretz, Amelyn 
Fenstermacher, Janet Bowler, 
Jennifer Brown. 



Royer 3-S Row 1 Jen Bebeault, 
Katie Scattergood. Row 2:Cheryl 
Petty, Liz Dean, Denise Diehl, 
Alysia Fleisher, Debbie Hooker. 
Row 3:Mandy Weaver, Lisa 
Spafford, Jennifer Gorman, Renee 
Hatter. Heather Parry. Row 
4:Christine Garabrant, Karen 
Enright, Bridgette Collier, 
Stephanie Carpenter, Sharon Duff. 
Row 5:Pam Levan, Tiffany Poole. 



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SCHLOSSER 

Many consider it a waste 
of time to walk to 
Schlosser but to the 210 
women who reside there, it is 
worth it. In keeping with this 
opinion, Schlosser's theme 
month was entitled "A Great 
Waste." Along with guest 
speakers, the weekly dance 
was moved to Schlosser and 
hot air balloon rides were giv- 



Schlosser RAS Row 1 .Debbie 
Xaradko. Diane Tregaskis. Chris 
Courpas. Row 2:Debbie Jackson, Kir- 
slen Lenskold, Tonya McCIain. 

Schlosser I-E Row ] .Stacy Womer, 
Angie Langdon, Christy Zakis, 
StarleneA. Keeney, Rebecca Wagner, 
Melinda S. Guthrie, Alice Findlay, 
Michele Wolfgang. Row 2:Andrea 
Clark, Maria Amatucci, Barbi 
Moore. Wendy Potter, Sherri Shaffer, 
Beth Little, Aimee Duerr, Wendy 
Bright, Ashley Ross, Karen Zim- 
merman. Row 3:Diane Tregaskis, 
Angie Balmer, Kathleen Welsh. Su- 
san Reed, Beck Runge, Jill Reistle, 
Susan McCann, Beth Fletcher, Jenny 
Hall. Kathy Roberts. 



Schlosser 2-E Bottom Row.Sharon 
Smith. Michelle Andre. Row LMiki 
Obuhanick, Kelly Strayer, Lisa 
Wielderman, Jan Bowser, Chris 
Courpas, Ellen Jones. Middle 
Row.Sandy Warren, Lisa Marcocci, 
Missy Snyder, Tracey Beckley, Rachel 
Kurtz. Side L.Rebecca Readinger, Rob- 
in Ricketls, Michele Kurczewski. Mid- 
dle 2:Brenda Walker, Heather 
De Wolfe. Side R: Kerry Freese, Missy 
Woodfield. Lisa Gerharl. Missing.Lisa 
Marie Hunter, Amy Lambrechl, Mar- 
sha Eidemiller, Laura Nichols, Rachel 
Zwnhausern. Abbey Shoemaker, Sue 
Pearce, Sheryl Campbell, Carolyn 
Stubbe, Sue Misiolek. Missy Godfrey. 
Angie Valentine. Lisa DelNegro, Mary- 
ann Defilippo, Margaret Gryezko, Jen 
Wineberg, Kristin Nissley. Cindy 
Blecker, Heidi Adams, Sue Tressler, Je- 
anetle Martin. 




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Schlosser 2-W Row l.Brend 
Kirsten Lenskold, Cyndi 
Jodi Bardelli, Melanie Robin, Cyna: 
McHarness, Jen Gonlar, Pam Diaz. 
Debbie Naradko. Row 2:Kim John- 
son, Wendy Jacobs, Sujatha Puppala, 
Amy Herman, Cindy Faux, Brenda 
Munroe, Joey Adelman, Amy Gollew- 
ski. Row 3:Sue Slozer, Holly Kreider, 
Andrea Simon, Laurie Kasper, Ellen 
Wigglesworlh, Lesley Bryant. Row 
4:Sharon Kozey, Jen Putnam, Mindy 
Apple. Gina Vasel, Amy Richards, 
Leslie Bedwick, Laurie Cholewa, 
Vicky Moyer. 



Schlosser 3-E Row I.Karen 
Woodeshick, Faith Warfel, Ami-Jo 
Brocato, Tonya McClain, Gina 
Menzo, Jayne Lesh, Cindy Rogers. 
Row 2:Angela Maxton, Meagan Ettl, 
Mary Schramm, Ann Loose, Kelly 
Carlson, Maryann Lamport, Susan 
Barston. Row 3:Karen Cvrkel, Karin 
Nord, Dawn Brewer, Amy Trexler, 
Tanya Lazuka, Beth Markle. 




Schlosser 3-W Front Row.Ruth 
Woltman. Row LJudie Barton, 
Stephanie Taylor, Bonnie Shupp, 
Terry Boyle, Janine deCheubell. Row 
2:Melissa Dalton, Michele Oehme, 
Heather Lawler, Lisa Fouchet, Ellen 
Kleinstuber. Row 3:Elissa Perilli, 
Rena Frey, Cindy Alphin, Jennifer 
Riley, Michelle Papeika. Row 4:Stacy 
Kain, Karen Ramsay, Chrissy 
Beckwith, Diane Sheffield, Dana 
Laricks, Debbie Jackson. 



PRESERVATION 
HALL 

Rome may not have been 
built in a week, but in 
fact, that is how long it took 
to "build" the newest resi- 
dence hall on Etown Cam- 
pus, Preservation Hall. The 
building originally housed 
the post office and duplicat- 
ing services. Due to an in- 
crease in enrollment, the 
building was renovated to 
house 29 females. Preserva- 
tion Hall is considered to be 
part of Ober, therefore help- 
ing them with their theme 
month in October. 





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Row I.Jen Morin. Row 2: Sheri Stoll, 
Karen Anger, Debra Salvador, Shar- 
on Manley, Jeanette Sohn. Krista 
Mazurkevich. Row 3: Tova Ashley, 
Rosemary Miller, Ashley Tail, Denise 
Dorman. Erin Peterhaensel, Rebecca 
H olyniak. Row 4: Rebecca Margolin, 
Alicia Etgen, Lisa Evans, Jessica 
Krentma, Susan Fox, Jeannine 
Modres, Jennifer Baker, Penny Ma- 
son, Lori Bentzel, Pam Perry, Julie 
Stoehr. 



PLUM STREET Row I.Brittany 
Mifflin, Kami Curtis, Liz Clarkin, 
Missy Little. Row 2:Halley Baker, 
Jen Miller, Kristi Lederer, Michelle 
Deveney. 



Row 1: Cecilia Schodowski. Row 2: 
Sue Delong, Dayna Long. 




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DEDICATION 



David M. Snyder 
October 1, 1970- June 9, 1989 

David graduated from Cedar Crest High School in June 

1 988. During high school, he was involved in the band and 

was employed at Frederick Chevrolet-Cadillac. 

At Elizabethtown College, David was pursuing a computer 

science degree. He lived in Founders and was well liked by 

his hall members. 

David was involved in boy scouts and his hobbies included 

fishing and golf. 



Michelle L. Stough 
January 15, 1969-July 10, 1989 

During her high school years at Dover Area High School, 

Michelle was very active in the music department. She was 

a member of the band, concert choir, and Renaissance (a 

select group of 28 voices). 

At Elizabethtown College, she was an occupational therapy 

major. Michelle was an integral part of campus life. She 

was a member of Student Senate, OT club, dorm council, 

and on the executive cabinet of APB. 

The time and dedication Michelle gave to this college will 

never be forgotten. 






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T - ^ his was a year of beginnings 
and transitions for faculty, 
staff, and administration. 
Much of the year was spent 
preparing for the implementa- 
tion of the new core program, 
which will replace the existing 
core requirements for incom- 
ing freshmen. Many academic 
departments also updated their 
requirements. 

1989-1990 also saw some end- 
ings, as several longtime fac- 
ulty and staff members retired 
at the year's end: Stan Bowers, 
Dr. Rollin Pepper, Harry Sim- 
mers, and Royal Snavely. 
The college community also 
bid farewell to Ruby Miller, 
Dean Ronald Brown, Caleb 
Rosado, Leo Kivijar, Dave 
Conway, and Bill Whitman. As 
they begin new endeavors, we 
wish them well. 



FACULTY 




Kun M. Barnada 

Modern Languages 

Jocllen Beck 

Music 

Dave Bauman 

Education 

Cynthia Beyerlein 

Business 



Morteza Bina 

Computer Science 

Ernest A. Blaisdell 

Mathematics 

I. L. Bossier 

Mathematics 

Susan Bonsliman 

Communications 



Stanley K. Bowers 

Education 

Christina A. Bucher 

Religion 

Jay Buffenmyer 

Business 

Jamie Byrne 

Communications 



John A. Campbell 

English 

Eugene P. Clemens 

Religion 

Uldis Daiga 

Modern Languages 

Shirley Deichert 

Learning Center 



Paul M. Dennis 

Psychology 

James L. Dively 

Biology 

J. Sue Dolan 

Business 

Robert D. Dolan 

Mathematics 




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Darrcll R. Douglas 

Music 

Pam Drazkowski 

Physical Education 

J. Thomas Dwyer 

English 

Leonard A. Eiserer 

Psychology 



Richard Evans 
Computer Science 
Sharon Farley 
Occupational Therapy 
Charles Fazzi 
Business 
Ellen F. Fox 
English 



Milt Fnedly 
Art 

Darrell Frev 
Physics 
S John B. Gaffney 
•* ■ r* Physics 

Joyce Gibbons 
•■» Secretarial Services 



George A. Gliptis 

Business 

Suzanne Schmidt Goodling 

Modern Languages 

Paul E. Gottfried 

Humanities 

John F. Harrison 

Music 



J. Robert Heckman 

Biology 

Jack L. Hednck 

Chemistry 

Patricia Hill 

Business 

Frederic E. Hoffman 

Biology 



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Maurice R. Hoppie 

Business 

Boulah S. Hosteller 

Sociology 

Shirlev Jacques 

Matheni.it ics 

Jacqueline L. Jones 

Occupational Therapy 



Jack Kasar 

Occupational Therapy 

Yvonne E. KautTman 

Physical Education 

Beverly Kelly 

Occupational Therapy 

Edmond L. Kiser 

Theatre 



Otis D. Kitchen 

Music 

Leo Kivijarv 

Communications 

Donald E. Koontz 

Mathematics 

Donald B. Kraybill 

Sociology 



Carroll L. Kreider 

Business 

Ronald L. Laughlin 

Biology 

Thomas R. Leap 

Computer Science 

Bruce Lehr 

Sociology 



Henry M. Libhart 

Art 

Louis F. Martin 

English 

Link Martin, Jr. 

Social Work 

Anthony M. Matteo 

Philosophy 



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E. Fletcher McClellan 
Political Science 
W. Wesley McDonald 
Political Science 
Dana Gulling Mead 
English 
Robert Moore 
Communications 



Robert K. Morse 

Mathematics 

James J. Moyer 

Business 

Stanley R. Neyer 

Business 

D. Kenneth Ober 

Physical Education 



Lynn S. Orlando 
Education 
Paul Petersen 
Occupational Therapy 
Frank W. Polanowski 
Biology 

Lawrence W. Polin 
Mathematics 



H. Marshall Pomroy 

Business 

Zoe G. Proctor 

Chemistry 

William V. Puffenberger 

Religion 

John P. Ranck 

Chemistry 



Raymond R. Reeder 
Chemistry 
D. Paul Rice 
Education 
Elizabeth A. Rider 
Psychology 
Skip Roderick 
Physical Education 



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John C. Rohrkemper 

English 

Michael J. Rohrbacher 

Music 

Caleb Rosado 

Sociology 

Joyce Rose-Romm 

Social Work 



Charles D. Schaeffer, Jr. 

Chemistry 

Wayne A. Selcher 

Political Science 

Ronald L. Shubert 

Mathematics 

Harry L. Simmers 

Music 



Donald E. Smith 

Communications 

Martin O.L. Spangler 

Chemistry 

John W. Stites 

Music 

Richard G. Stone 

Business 



William M. Stuckey 
Physics 
Stanley T. Sutphin 
Philosophy- 
Debbie Seyler 
Music 
John A. Teske 
Psychology 



Sharon R. Trachte 

Modern Languages 

Randolph L. Trostle 

Business 

Barbara C. Tulley 

Computer Science 

Hans-Erik Wennberg 

Communications 




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First Run Gerhard Spiegler. Sec- 
ond Row: Robert Odcan. Dei 
Gillin, Bonnie Booth 




Dr. Ronald R Bn 



Dr. Andrew Sugar 



Dr Joan Austin 



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Registrar 
Annua Paynter. Deb Weachter, 
Gladys Singer, Martha Eppley, Glo 

na F. Hess. 



Provost 
.lean Beck, Frederick Ritsch, Martha 
Eppley, Robert Wheelersburg. 



122 




Business Office 
l-'irsl Row: Ann Gallagher, Maria 
Homer. Helen llosslcr. Second Row: 
Edwin Cable. Tana Parrel!. Brenda 
Landvaler. Dclores Merlz. 



Residence Lite 
Karen Sea/v Haas. Pal March. Den- 
nis M. Murphy. Cindy Wilhelm- 
Ernharlh. 




Career Development 
First Row: Pal Huffman, Mary Ann 
Waliff. 

Second Row: Cindy Wilhelm- 
Ernharth. James Hilton. 



Brown Building 
First Row: Tom Greenly, Henry Hill, 
Barry Fckinger, Shirley Sherlzer, 
Bryan Nissley, J-J. Oliver H.S. Max- 
well, Samuel Dulio. Second Row: 
Samuel Smith, Glenn Filler, Anna 
Ruth Mark. Miriam Bryant, Arlene 
Hull:. Deborah Burkhart. Judi Ra- 
ter, Jacqueline Odenwall, Melvin 1. 
Hahaker. Sr., Shirley Dellinger, Mar- 
tin L. Kreiser. Third Row: Mark 
Dunn, Kevin Ney, Jerry Sides, Ira 
Knur. Jr., Alan Zeiset, Patrick //. 
Flanigan. Charles H. Bryant. Roger 
Howe. 



124 



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Pal Stepanchek, Sandy Spayd. G, 
J ger Groff. 



Mary Hill, Linda Bayer. Diana 



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JHBL ALPHA 



Duplicating 
Barb Schwanger and Mary Ann Kil- 



125 



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Financial Aid 
Firsi Ron: Jo Dalton. Pal Rathsam. 
Second Row: Mary Frances Woodall 
Gordon McK. Batcman. 



Jay's Nest 

Man Lou Sipc, Romaine Garber. 
Ruhr Miller. 




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126 




Cafeteria 
First Row: Rick Templin, John Max, 
Anna May Koser, Doris Brooks. Deb- 
orah Rulka, Joanne Vhlig, Marge 
Conlon, Pat Johnson. Second Row: 
Diane Gibbons. Catharine Stark. 
Jane Fellch. Nancy Beck. Pal Hood. 
Ruth Eichler. Sharon Reigel. June 
Heigel. Stephanie Bucks, John W. 
Lowell V.. Betty Repko. Susan Mc- 
Sherry. Third Row: Jim 
Beamenderfer. Michael Hamilton. 
Lynda Hedzick. Cathy Halbleik. 
Sharon A. Stahl. Jennie Himes. 
Claudia Lane. Arlene Laudenslager, 
Linda Cramer. Martin Cramer. 



Cafeteria Managers 
First Row: Dave Salmon. Randy Ros- 
si. Second Row: Tammie Garrison. 
I 'ickie W illiams. 



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talks are important. tJP_£ 1- jji% F?^Fh 



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T3 ather than new beginnings, 
IV 1989-1990 was more the 
continuation of a tradition of 
excellence for Elizabethtown 
College sports teams. 
Several individuals set or 
broke school records. Some of 
these athletic standouts were 
Brent Bruglar, Jim Hepfer and 
Karen Barclay. 

Team efforts were also very 
successful. The wrestling team 
ogged its 275th win under 
Coach Ken Ober, setting a 
school record for most wins in 
a season, and placed fifth in 
MAC'S. 

The men's soccer team won a 
national NCAA championship, 
adding yet another trophy to 
Etown's impressive collection. 
The golf team also placed fifth 
in the MAC's, under the di- 
rection of Coach Royal Snave- 









SPORTS 



129 



NEW BLUE WEARS THE 



Men's soccer took on a whole 
new meaning in 1989. The 
Blue Jays, known as the New 
Blue, kicked off their season 
with three consecutive wins. 
Little did they know that they 
were to win the National 
Championship in Division 
III. 

The entire team worked hard 
together to reach the highest 
possible goal. The tri- 
captains, Robbie Mar- 
tin, Mark Pratzner,Mike 
Deck, pulled the team togeth- 
er with inspiration and out- 

Head Cocach Skip Roderick watches 
the team: 

a) with silent satisfaction 

b) with calm confidence 

c) with eager anticipation 

YOU DECIDE!! 



Row 1: Brad Bingaman. Jeff Coron, 
Chm Morgan. Dennis Sutterfield. Mike 
Weyandt, Chip . letter ; I'ai Walsh, Paul 
Cole/la. Brian Lake, Peter Rath 
Row : Peter Busch, Steve Holcroft, Phil 
DAdderio. Joe Tencza, Tim Jones. Eric 
Smith. Bruce Stancrt. Mike Mondeaux. 
Robbie Martin 

Row J: Mike Deck. Tun Mcdlaughlm. 
Jonathan Davis. Mark Pralzncr, Jay 
Varralo. Scot I Stenger. Pat H'm. Jason 
Kirkwood. Tony Suozzo, Head Coach 
Skip Roderick 



RING 

standing performance. 
The season ended in twenty- 
four wins and three losses. 
The turning point of the sea- 
son was the victory over ri- 
val, Messiah College. The en- 
thusiasm and dedication of 
the fans not only peaked at 
the away game, but contin- 
ued throughout the rest of the 
season. 

Not only do the players them- 
selves deserve credit, but the 
coaching staff does as well. 
Skip Roderick, head coach 
for seven years, led the Jays 



to victory. 

The most unique aspect of 
the New Blue's season was 
the closeness and equality of 
the team. In past years the 
team consisted of many in- 
dividuals, but in 1989, they 
were a team that shared a 
heart and a common goal. 
The junior varsity team had a 
very successful season also, 
with twelve wins and one 
loss. With youth as a dom- 
inating factor in the winning 
season of 1989, the New Blue 
has a very promising future. 





V',,' 



MEN'S VARSITY SOCCER 



ETOWN 


OPPONENT 


2 


Wilkes 





I Rutgers-Camden 





5 


Eastern 


1 


3 Millersville 





3 


Western Maryland 





(j Fredonia State 


1 


6 


Susquehanna 





Muhlenberg 


1 


3 


Messiah 





2 Delaware 





8 


Lycoming 





9 Juniata 





3. 


Glassboro 





6 Albright 





5 


Scranton 


1 


5 Gettysburg 








Muhlenberg 


1 


4 Scranton 


1 


6 


Trenton State 


1 


4 F&M 





1 


Montclaire State 





4 Haverford 


1 


1 


Ohio Wesleyan 





4 Dickinson 





1 


UC-San Diego 





1 Trenton State 


2 




National Championship 








2 


Greensboro 






131 




Above: E-Town fans supporting the To the right: Defender Bruce Stanert 

Sew Blue. kicks the hall away from the goal 

area. 



To the left: Jonathan Davis wins a 
head-to-head battle again,/ 
ponent. 





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i 





To the left: Goalkeeper Jay I 'arrato dom- 
inates the goal area with an incredible 
save. 



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mmm 



To the left: Chris Morgan, Pete 
t i Busch, and Pete Rath protect the goal 



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133 



Helen Parks displays her fancy foot- 
work. 

Ron I: I. auric Kasper, Krisline 
Bombaro, Kristen Dewald, Amy Sal- 
mon, Amy Hyde. Cyndi Mcllarness. 
Helen Parks, Jen Gryckiewicz, Don- 
na I iclenlhalcr. Bobbi Andrews. 
Heidi Adams. Andrea Coucoulas 
Ron 2 Head Coach James Jones. 
Lisa linden. Angela Kuspa, Tract 
Bidle. Tern SchultZ, Missy Kucks, 
Judy Barton, Mary Beth Cochran. 
Terry Wailack, Kathy Hensinger. Jen 
Jones. Danielle Di Marco, Coach (lib- 



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134 



ON THE BALL 




The ladies soccer team had a 
good season. They ended 
with eight wins, six losses, 
and one tie. The Lady Jays 
surprised a lot of unsuspect- 
ing opponents with their skill 
and determination. The 
team, consisting of many 
freshmen starters, worked 
hard throughout the entire 

To the left: Bobbi Andrews races to 
keep the ball in-bounds. 




season. 

Leading the team were the 
tri-captains, Judy Barton, 
Mary Beth Cochran, and Me- 
lissa Kucks. Although only in 
their second year as a varsity 
sport, they held their own 
among the competition. The 
season was long and exciting 
ending with the most goals in 
- the Conference. Hopefully in 
> the future, there will be a jun- 
ior varsity team to accompa- 
ny the varsity squad. 

j Coach James Jones sets goals for his 
team at halftime during the game 
against F&M. 







T ' |__j M 

i 




WOMEN'S VARSITY SOCCER 



ETOWN 






OPPONENT 


J 




Gettysburg 


3 


3 




Drew 


1 


7 




Swarthmore 





14 




Goucher 





2 




Scranton 


3 


1 




Kean 


3 


5 




Dickinson 


2 


7 




Haverford 





2 




F&M 


3 


6 




Western Maryland 


1 


8 




Catholic University 





2 




Messiah 


3 


3 




Wheeling 


1 


1 




Marymount 


3 


4 




Kutztown 


4 











135 



STICK IT TO 'EM 



The women's varsity field 
hockey team had another ex- 
citing and successful season. 
Although the team was faced 
with some tough competi- 
tion. Head Coach, Yvonne 
kauffman led the team to 
victory. The Lady Jays ended 
their season with fifteen wins 
and four losses. The team. 



also, competed in their fourth 
consective MAC champion- 
ship game played at home. 
Senior tri-captains, Becky 
Runge, Monica Esh, and 
Susie Shue helped boost team 
morale throughout the sea- 
son. The Lady Jays ended 
their season with fifteen wins 
and four losses and competed 



in their fourth consecutive 
MAC championship game. 
Because of the strength of the 
junior varsity squad, the 
team is optimistic about its 
future seasons. The women's 
field hockey team is sure to 
continue to make the head- 
lines in upcoming years. 



To the right: Rehi 
for the ball. 



Below: Jessica Shue si 

away from her opponei 








Row I: Dawn Clayton. Faye Betsker, 
Cathy Cooper. Amy Strieker, Jen 
Gunther, Jen Zerbe, Joselyn Greener, 
Sabrina Johnson, Dome Craven. Jes- 
sua Shue 

Row 2. Head Coach Yvonne 
Kauffman, Monica Esh. Amy Kline. 
Jen Glynn, Ellen Wigglesworth, 
Meghan Hessenhauer, Stephanie 
Hackenberg, Inne Malm. Rhonda 
Sutphin. Becky Range. Leslie Bryant, 
Susie Shue. Coach Coleen Ruber 




136 



L. 




Lady Jays warm up ai halftime. 




WOMEN'S VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 



ETOWN 

2 

1 

5 

9 
7 
3 
2 





OPPONENT 




Haverford 





3 


Messiah 


4 


4 


East Stroudsburg 





5 


Widener 





2 


Shippensburg 


2 


2 


Dickinson 





1 


Washington (MD) 


2 


2 


Swarthmore 







Scranton 


1 


1 


F&M 







Lebanon Valley 


1 





I 

■1 



Gettysburg 

Albright 

Western Maryland 

Lynchburg 

Eastern Mennonite 

Scranton 

Drew 

MAC Championship 

Muhlenberg 



137 



FULL SPEED 
AHEAD 



The Men's Cross Country 
team worked hard during the 
1989 season. The team was 
hindered by many injuries 
which caused the runners to 
pull together and support 
each other. The season ended 
with three wins and eleven 
losses. 

This did not discourage these 
dedicated runners. The Jays 
kept their spirits up and 
faced the competition with 
determination to do their 



Row I: Scoll Helscl, Gary Prem, 
Chuck Hells. Keith Camiile, Brian 
Lemma, Glen Pickering, Jack Steiner 
Ron 2: Coach Dale Luy, Marcus 
Grimm. Tom Miller, Scoll Trimble. 
Mark Scharr. Jim Douglas. Matthew 
Simmons. Harry Wiles 




best. The men placed fifth at 
the Lebanon Valley Invita- 
tional, which was their first 
meet of the season. They also 
placed twentieth at the 
NCAA meet. 

All the members of the team 
showed a great deal of en- 
thusiasm despite the compli- 
cations of the season. With 
the continued talent of this 
team and the hope of less in- 
juries, future seasons look 
successful. 



Mark Scharr comes in way ahead of 
the pack. 




138 



'■ To the left: A pat on the hack gives Below: Mark Scharr stretches out be- 
- t?G* 1 Marcus Grimm the support he needs. fore the race. 




Over the river and through the woods 
— it takes stamina. 



MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 






OPPONENT 


Lycoming 


42 


Albright 


17 


Juniata 


40 


Messiah 


16 


Dickinson 


24 


Muhlenberg 


17 


Western Maryland 


35 


Johns Hopkins 


47 


Lebanon Valley 


17 


F&M 


15 


Ursinus 


15 


Moravian 


15 


Albright 


20 


King's 


43 




Glenn Pickering makes a strong 

showing in this run. 



■ 



139 






Michelle Sieeley lakes the lead with 
Donna Scharr running a close third. 



The teams c 
starter's gun. 



mslv wan tor the 



Row I: Jaimie Farkas. Donna 
Scharr. Michelle Attala, Betsy 
Barnes, Sherice Young 
Row 2: Coach DaleLuy, Deb Wilson. 

Pam Holder. Michelle Sleelev. Me- 
lissa Brawll, Stephanie Carpenter. 
Harh Rhile 





140 




RUN AWAY 



The Elizabethtown women's 
cross country team ended the 
1 989 fall season with a record 
of ten wins and four losses. 
Coach Luy feels that the 
women's team had been very 
competitive in challenging 
the best teams in the MAC 
Championship meet. The 
team's competitiveness was 
exhibited in their perfor- 
mances at the season's key 
invitational meets. The wom- 
en revealed their determina- 
tion and strength by placing 
third at the Dickinson Invi- 
tational. 

These women turned poten- 
tial and natural talent into a 



The ladies make ihci 
the course. 



through 



successful season through 
dedication and teamwork. 
The team's twelve members 
together ran to take eighth 
place, their highest finishing 
rank, in the MAC's. Although 
cross country is a sport of in- 
dividual performance, tri- 
captains Donna Scharr, Ce- 
cilia Schodowski, and Steph- 
anie Carpenter pulled the 
women together and made 
them a team that competed 
as a single unit. With con- 
tinued dedication from these 
talented athletes and those to 
come, future seasons are sure 
to be just as successful. 



WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 



TOWN 




OPPONENT 


5 


Lycoming 


50 


5 


Albright 


48 


7 


Juniata 


44 


2 


Messiah 


20 


2 


Dickinson 


35 


5 


Muhlenberg 


47 


5 


Western Maryland 


50 


1 


Johns Hopkins 


24 


6 


Lebanon Valley 


47 


2 


F&M 


24 


8 


Ursinus 


31 


4 


Moravian 


23 


5 


Albright 


50 


5 


King's 


50 



READY, SET, SPIKE 



The Lady Jay team was 
unique in that the upperclass- 
men had not previously 
played together. This in itself 
was a major obstacle of the 
season. 1989 brought about a 
brand new starting line-up 
for the Lady Jays. Coach 
Drazkowski was faced with 
thirteen girls, all fighting for 
starting positions. 
After many weekend tourna- 
ments at Alleghany, Juniata, 
Elizabethtown, Eastern Con- 



necticut, and a bit of a mid- 
season slump, the ladies fin- 
ished third in MAC Playoffs 
held at Haverford College. 
The whole team deserves 
credit for their hard work and 
dedication in the fall season. 
With four out of five starters, 
including co-captians Amy 
Michener and Nancy 
Dunmeyer, returning next 
year, future seasons should 
be a great success. 



Jan Bowser shows the other 
what E-town is made of 



Tara Latzo humps to the setter to 
prepare for a spike. 





Row I: Linda Hcnnen, Karen 
Santorc. Sue Fox, Tara Latzo, Judy 
Reigert. 1 'anessa hit: 
Row 2. Missy Snyder, Holly miliar, 
Chrissy Frilzinger, Tara Hamilton, 
Nancy Dunmeyer. Amy Michener. 
Jan Bowser. Susan Mitschang. Coach 
Drazowski 




142 




To the left: Amy Mitchner prepare: 
for a solid return. 



T7S 
3 i •* j^li; 




Above: Nancy Dunmeycr serves the 
ball into action. 




Jan Bowser prepares to serve the ball. 



>'A 





WOMEN'S VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 




3 


Lebanon Valley 











3 


Western Maryland 


2 


-TOWN 


OPPONE1 


2 


Greensboro 


1 


> 


Wilkes 


1 





Baldwin-Wallace 


2 


2 


Albright 








Cortland State 


2 


) 


Waynesburg 


2 


1 


Salisbury State 


2 


) 


Marietta 


2 


3 


Gettysburg 


1 


1 


Washington & Jefferson 


1 


3 


Dickinson 


1 


3 


Muskingum 


2 


2 


Rhode Island 





3 


F&M 





2 


Southern Connecticut 





2 


Cabrini 





2 


MIT 





2 


Rutgers-Newark 





2 


Sacred Heart 





2 


York 








Juniata 


3 


2 


Moravian 


1 


3 


Shippensburg 


1 


) 


Susquehanna 


2 


3 


Susquehanna 


2 


2 


King's 





2 


Stony Brook 





: 


Lycoming 





2 


Waynesburg 





3 


York 


1 


2 


Eastern Mennonite 


1 


3 


Messiah 





3 


Western Maryland 






143 



Shoot To Win 



When asked to describe the 
basketball team, one word 
came to Coach Dave Lebo's 
mind: overachievement. The 
team had an ontstanding sea- 
son, despite the fact that they 
had several strikes against 
them at the beginning of the 
year. They had lost several 
players who had been injured 
or had not returned, and they 
had to adjust to their third 
head coach in the past three 
years. However, the team 



went straight to work refus- 
ing to be discouraged. They 
kept positive attitudes 
throughout the season and 
were completely dedicated to 
the team while Coach Lebo 
worked them hard and got 
the most out of the team. Not 
only did each of the co- 
captains, Jim Hepfer and 
Brent Brugler, reach the 1000 
point mark, but they also 
were a constant motivational 
force behind the team. 



The seniors have each givei 
four years of their time, tal 
ent and dedication to helj 
make the Jays the excellan 
team they are. They set ai 
example for the younge 
players to follow and estab 
lished a precedent of excel 
lence for future teams t< 
work towards. Their commit 
ment has been exceptiona 
and we'll miss them!! 



Elown prepares for defense agai 
Drew. 



Row l.Ric Marks, Ken Walton, Brent 
Brugler, Jim Hepfer, Matt Duffy, Ron 
Urich. Row 2:Tyson Singleiary, Dave 
Karli, Chris Martin, Reid Gorman. 
Phil Gale, Jarrod Renninger, Troy 
Portser, Aaron Blanding, Coach 
Lebo. 








ETOWN 

74 
66 
82 
89 
72 
92 
74 
74 

166 



MENS BASKETBALL 



Albright 

F&M 

Juniata 

Albright 

Susquehanna 

Delaware Valley 

York 

Catholic University 

Washington & Jefferson 

F&M 

Gettysburg 



80 

72 

OPPONENT 89 

67 68 

72 77 

75 83 

84 72 
92 98 

85 69 
71 86 
61 83 

92 101 

93 66 
92 70 



Dickinson 

Lycoming 

Messiah 

Wilkes 

Albright 

Susquehanna 

Messiah 

Juniata 

Lebanon Valley 

Drew 

Scranton 

King's 

Lycoming 

King's 



145 



Through The Hoop 




The basketball season was a 
hard road for the Lady Jays. 
Despite a disappointing fin- 
ish, the team members have a 
positive outlook for next 
years season. 

The three captains, Pam 
Boteler, Sue Kreider, and 
Pam Levan, kept up the 
team's morale and supported 
the team through the tough 



moments. 

All of Etowns players show 
great strength and courage 
which will add up to future 
wins. The 1989-90 team was 
young, but they show a lot of 
potential. With hard work 
and dedication, next year's 
team can look forward to a 
successful season. 




Marc i Grossman makes a jumpshot. 



Pam Bolder gels tough. 




Row l.Dierdrie Hendrie, Coach 
Kauffman. Sherry Canuso. Row 2: 
Coach Archer, Sharon Thrailkill, 
Marci Grossman, Steph Taylor, Ruth 
Wollman, Tonya Kramer, Dana In- 
nerst. Sue Kreider, Pam Boteler, Pam 
Levan, Jacqueline Schiavoni, Coach 
Weary. 








I Deirdre Hendrie sizes up the situa- 
tion on the court. 



WOMENS BASKETBALL 



76 









70 


■TOWN 




OPPONENT 


60 


1 


Greensboro 


69 


87 


6 


Randolph Macon 


44 


91 


7 


Bridgewalter 


59 


58 


4 


Juniata 


58 


71 


9 


Messiah 


65 


54 





Susquehanna 


59 


81 


.5 


F&M 


83 


75 


.3 


Moravian 


83 


51 


.7 


Johns Hopkins 


74 


60 


.9 


Gettysburg 


47 


75 



Albright 

Lycoming 

Kean 

Wilkes 

Dickinson 

Susquehanna 

Messiah 

Juniata 

Widener 

Muhlenberg 

Scranton 

Wilkes 

Lycoming 












147 







Row l.Sherri Stoll, Beth Gaukler, Jen 
Glynn, Jen Benton, Elizabeth Schell. 
Row 2: Julie Schtoll, Ann Malin. Grel- 
chen Lusch, Julie Borst, Heather 
Frank. Row 3: Mike Guinivan, Brian 
Renninger. Joe Denlinger, Andy 
Burk, Steve Holcroft, Sean Gallagher, 
Keith Camilli. 




The Etown swimming teams 
dove into another season. 
The mens team had a rough 
season ending with a record 
of four wins and seven losses. 
However, the tri-captains, 
Andy Burke, Steve Holcroft, 
and Jon Gonzalez, did their 
best to keep the team spirit 
alive throughout the season. 
The womens team tri- 




Dive Into Action 



captains, Gretchen Lusch, 
Jennifer Benton, and Heath- 
er Frank, lead the Lady Jays 
to a record of seven wins and 
six losses. 

Although neither of the 
teams experienced a great 
amount of success, the team 
members pushed each other 
to do their very best. 



has perfect re- 



ETOWN 

74 

137 

137 

34 

112 

26 

04 
13 

09 

>5 

112 

07 
)9 





















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OMENS SWIMMING 






MENS SWIMMING 






OPPONENT 


ETOWN 




OPPONENT 


Mary Washington 


112 


64 


Mary Washington 


92 


Millersville 


93 


84 


Western Maryland 


111 


Western Maryland 


47 


24 


F&M 


71 


F&M 


60 


132 


Juniata 


28 


Juniata 


78 


94 


York 


93 


Washington 


132 


74 


King's 


34 


King's 


79 


74 


Susquehanna 


93 


Susquehanna 


102 


54 


Ursinus 


124 


York 


54 


84 


Lycoming 


63 


Ursinus 


100 


75 


Widener 


101 


Lycoming 


64 


68 


Scranton 


126 


Widener 


81 








Scranton 


125 














149 



The referee declares another victory 
for Matt Hurlay. 



Row J Matt King, Mike Ahem, Dave 
McCoul, Benn Druck, Jack Steiner. 
Row 2:Sleph Teoli, Dane Delozier, 
Matt Hurlay, Steve Peterson, Jeff 
Mikilelz, Nate McClay, Gary Lloyd, 
Erik Ariza. Ken Ober. 




150 



Pin Down A Victory 



The Elizabehtown wrestling 
team had another successful 
season on the mats. Under 
the coaching staff of Kenneth 
Ober and his son, David, the 
team was able to capture an 
outstanding record of 21-5 
going into the Middle Atlan- 
tic Conference Champion- 
ship. 



Co-captains, Dave Mc Houl 
and Benn Druck, made up 
the backbone of the Blue Jay 
squad. They helped to revive 
the wrestling program during 
their four years at Etown and 
will be missed by the younger 
teammates. 

The team established a 
school record for wins in a 



season for the second consec- 
utive year in a row. With only 
three seniors leaving and a 
very young, but talented 
group of men behind them, 
breaking the school's record 
for the third year in a row 
seems to be a sure bet. 






WRESTLING 




18 


Delaware 


22 








27 


Glassboro 


13 


ETOWN 




OPPONENT 


29 


Swarthmore 


14 


37 


Rutgers-Camden 


6 


20 


Millersville 


23 


33 


Haverford 


12 


24 


Susquehanna 


16 


42 


Johns Hopkins 


4 


25 


Ursinus 


11 


23 


Gettysburg 


13 


33 


Messiah 


18 


31 


Lebanon Valley 


19 


31 


Juniata 


15 


41 


Widener 


19 


9 


Delaware Valley 


33 


29 


York 


14 


30 


Scranton 


18 


21 


Moravian 


16 


28 


Juniata 


24 


17 


Carson Newman 


23 


41 


Muhlenberg 


9 


38 


Widener 


9 


36 


Baptist Bible 


9 


29 


Western Maryland 


18 


14 


Lycoming 


30 


42 


Albright 


6 









The whole team celebrates after a 
homerun. 



Row 1: Coach and team 



SWINGING INTO 
ACTION 



The Elizabethtwon College 
baseball team began their 
season while most students 
were enjoying the beginning 
of Spring Break, the first 
weekend of March. The team 
spent time in Florida learn- 
ing new techniques and im- 
proving others. The players 
returned to Elizabethtown 
with golden tans. The season 
began with a loss to Wesley 
College. However, this loss 



was not to set the tone for the 
entire season. The team 
ended with an overall record 
of twenty-one wins and elev- 
en losses. The team captains, 
Chris Fluck and Brad Has- 
singer provided the support 
for such a winning season. 
The players are not individ- 
uals but are a team, that work 
together for the betterment of 
the squad. 






An Elizabethtown player swings < 
makes contact during his first time at 
bat. 




BASEBALL 



ETO 


WN 


OPPONENT 


3 


Albright 


2 


\ 


Wesley 


5 


7 


Albright 





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Assumption 


3 


3 


Millersville 


2 


n 


Duduque 





6 


Lebanon Valley 


5 


.3 


Manhattan ville 





11 


Swarthmore 


5 


1 


Bristol 


8 


2 ' 


Wilkes 


1 


) 


Ferrum 


6 


7 


Wilkes 


5 


) 


Stonehill 


4 





Scranton 


10 





Stonehill 


5 


2 


Scranton 


4 


\ 


Alvernia 


5 


6 


Dickinson 


1 


1 


Gettysburg 


5 


9 


Dickinson 


4 


11 


Ursinus 


8 


11 


Mansfield 


20 


I 


Messiah 


6 


7 


Juniata 





i 


Messiah 





1 


Juniata 


14 


12 


Penn State-Harrisburg 


2 


8 


Messiah 


11 


4 


St. Mary's 


1 








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Susquehanna 


3 








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Susquehanna 











1 






















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The Lady Jays Softball learn at th 
final home game of the season. 




Row 1: Lisa Fouchet, Tracey Beckley, 
Dotty Craven, Jennifer Glynn, Amy 
Kline, Deb Lesher, Lisa Boden, Bon- 
nie Williams Row 2: Angie Balmer, 
Kim Matlack, Lisa Riotto, Wendy 
Rehltng. Elissa Perilli, Ruth 
Woltman, Deb Williams Row 3: 
Stacey Hackenberg, Coach Drazkow- 
ski, Karen Barclay, Kim Fies, Dawn 
Clayton, Brad Brubaker 




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The Lady Jays softball team 
had a winning 1990 season 
with a final record of fifteen 
wins and twelve losses. The 
team did experience a losing 
slump near the end of the sea- 
son. However, with the help 
and support of all the players, 
the team came back to win 
the final game of the season 
against Juniata. Overall, the 

Pitching is a vital part in fast pitch 
softball. 




softball team had seven 
homeruns in the twenty- 
seven games they played. 
One of these was a grandslam 
which came in the opening 
game of the spring season. 
Coach Drazkowski felt the 
team worked well together, 
cheering each other on and 
always doing their best. 



An Elizabethtown player beats the 
ball to first base. 



ETOWN 


SOFTBALL 


OPPONENT 


1 




Scranton 




7 


14 


Lebanon Valley 




4 


2 




Scranton 




3 


2 


Lebanon Valley 




4 







Trenton State 




8 


6 


Western Maryland 




5 


1 




Trenton State 




2 


17 


Western Maryland 




8 


1 




Wilkes 




8 


6 


Lycoming 




3 


2 




Wilkes 




12 


5 


Lycoming 




4 


1 




Dickinson 




9 


1 


Muhlenberg 




17 


4 




Dickinson 




5 


2 


Muhlenberg 







8 




Juniata 




5 


11 


Susquehanna 




1 












5 


Susquehanna 




7 












3 


Messiah 

















7 


Messiah 




5 












8 


F&M 




3 












7 


F&M 

















10 


Gettysburg 




4 












10 


Gettysburg 

















10 


Albright 

















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ADVANTAGE 
ETOWN 



Men's tennis developed into 
a team that has a bright fu- 
ture. This squad of men is 
coached my Robert Schott. 
The season started well with 
wins over Ursinus, York, and 
Lycoming. However, the 
hardest defeats were yet to 
come. The Jays suffered a 
shut out midway through the 
season against Albright. The 



players gave their best and 
managed to keep the score 
close for most of the remain- 
ing matches of the 1989-90 
spring sports season. The 
overall record of this years 
team was five wins and five 
losses. The talent shown by 
all guarantees that future sea- 
sons will only get better. 



Jim Glanville returns the opponents 
serve. 



Row 1 .-Coach Schott, Chris Williams. 
Pat Huggins, Piyush Bhatnagar, Se- 
an Rowe Row 2:Skip Roderick, Nick 
Duchesne, Steve Barnes, Jim 
Glanville, Derek Fincke 




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Sir imp 




& aw /tow serves the first ball of the Steve Barnes exhibits great form 
match. 



HEN'S TENNIS 






OPPONENT 


Ursinus 


3 


York 





Lycoming 


1 


Albright 


8 


Wilkes 





F&M 


9 


Dickinson 


6 


Gettysburg 


6 


Susquehanna 


7 


Scranton 


3 









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DEUCE 



The womcns tennis season 
began on a cold March day. 
The season got off to a slow 
start for the Lady Jays, losing 
their first three matches to 
Ursinus, Gettysburg and 
Franklin and Marshall. How- 
ever, as the days went on and 
the players confidence and 
practice increased so did 



their record. The team ended 
with a split record of six wins 
and six losses. With many re- 
turning players, including 
captain Jodi Wideman, the 
team hopes to better their 
record in the upcoming years. 
The team is coached by Rob- 
ert Schott. 



Elizabethtown Ladv Jav returns the 
ball. 



Carta Shoemaker prepares for a pow- 
erful return. 



Jodi Wiedman, Andrea Thorton, 
Lori Herbert, Coach Schott. Brenda 
Walker, Carlo Shoemaker 




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WOMEN'S TENNIS 






OPPONENT 


Ursinus 


5 


Gettysburg 
F&M 


5 
9 


Lycoming 

Western Maryland 

Juniata 



1 
4 


Washington 
Dickinson 


5 
6 


King's 
Millersville 


4 



Johns Hopkins 
Scranton 


6 
4 



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Jim Didyk is a first year member of 
the golf team. 



Scott Habecker, sophomore, leads the 
Elizabethtown College golf team to 
victory. 




James Hansbury, Dave Sandrock. 
Scott Habecker, Coach Royal Snave- 
ly. Brian Lake, Jim Didyk 



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FORE 



The 1990 golf team recorded 
the first undefeated golf sea- 
son for Elizabethtown Col- 
lege. Although golf is the 
newest recognized school 
sport, a strong team exists. 
The team is coached by Roy- 
al Snavely, who retired at the 
end of the school year. Prac- 
tices and home matches are 



Brian Lake returned for a second sea- 
son. 



held at the Hershey Country 
Club. The team is always 
looking for new individuals. 
Since the team will not be 
losing any members due to 
graduation, they hope to con- 
tinue the winning seasons in 
the future. 




Dave Sandrock gives his teammate 
some pointers on his swing. 



GOLF 



ETOWN 




OPPONENT 


433 


Lebanon Valley 


438 


401 


Gettysburg 


413 


401 


Marymount 


481 


409 


Messiah 


447 


409 


Wilkes 


435 


409 


Albright 


439 


415 


Lebanon Valley 


438 


415 


F&M 


434 


409 


Messiah 


449 



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Ober A- 1 faces a rival learn onk 
beautiful fall day. 




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ALL IN 

FUN 

Intramural sports is very 
popular on campus. It gives 
those students who enjoy 
sports a chance to play, 
whether they are athletic or 
not. All types of intramural 
games are held including flag 
football, soccer, softball, and 
volleyball to name a few. 
Games are held in the eve- 
nings or on Saturday after- 
noons. Intramural sports pro- 
vide an escape from everyday 
activities. Anyone can form a 
team, a hall, a club, or even a 
department. 




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In the past year, 
many events 
have taken 
place that have 
widely effected 
the world. The 
following are 
only a few of 
these events 
and people. 




Border guards stand amp the Berlin Hall, 
awaiting reaction to the opening of East- Wast 
Herman herders on Friday afternoon, Novem- 
ber 10. 1989. There was great jubilation after 
the opening, with thousands of East Germans 
moving into the H'est after all border crossing 
points were opened In the background is the 
Brandenburg Gate. 



It was the worst oil spill in history. The 
Alaska oil spill occurred on March 24, 
1989 when the oil tanker Exxon Valdez 
ran aground in Prince William Sound. 
A total of 1 1 million gallons of crude oil 
covered the area and created an envi- 
ronmental nightmare. 










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Paula Abdul is very popular. The 25- 
year-old choreographer, who gol her 
start teaching Duran Duran and oth- 
er groups how to dance, is now top- 
ping the charts herself, as a singer. 
She is also giving her former students 
a run for their money. 

It was a long trip — 4.4 billion miles 
that took 12 years — but Voyager 2 
arrived over the planet Neptune in 
August. It was a scientist dream- 
come-true. Volumes of scientific in- 
formation and thousands of photo- 
graphs were sent back to earth. 







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The comic book hero Batman was the 
movie hit of the year, producing over 
$200 million in revenue. Michael 
Keaton played Bruce Wayne, also 
known as Batman, and Jack Nich- 
olson starred as The Joker. 



In late May and early June, tens of thou- 
sands of Chinese pro-democracy protesters 
gathered in Tiananmen Square in Beijing 
to seek political change. But their protest 
ended in a massacre. Government soldiers, 
using tanks and automatic weapons, ended 
the protest. Thousands were killed and 





Here she is. Miss America 1990 Dehhye 
Turner. The 23-year-old veterinary student 
from Mexico, Missouri, is the third black 
woman to become Miss America in the 
pageant's 68-year history. (Miss America 
1984, Vanessa Williams was dethroned 
and the first runner-up. Suzetle Charles. 
also black, replaced her.) 




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166 





At 5:04 p.m. on October 17. the earth 
shook in northern California. An earth- 
quake that measured 7.0 on the Richter 
Scale destroyed parts of Oakland. San 
Francisco, and surrounding areas. More 
than 60 were killed, hundreds were in- 
jured and the damage topped $2 billion. 

Arsenio Hall was the star in the film 
"Coming to America" and later 
showed that he had what it takes to 
star on his own television show. His 
syndicated late night talk show got 
started earlier this year. 



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The $530 million Stealth Bomber 
made its debut this year to the rave 
reviews of the Pentagon. However, its 
many critics say the plane, although 
difficult to detect by radar, is too ex- 
pensive. 

Hurricane Hugo swept through the 
Caribbean and slowly made its way 
to the coast of the United Stales. It hit 
Charleston. S.C. where the 135 m.p.h. 
winds caused billions of dollars in 







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Political problems in the Middle East 
continued this year. Problems be- 
tween Arabs in Israelis continued and 
the factions within the Arab popu- 
lation made Beirut a constant war 
zone. 





Cincinnati Reds manager Pete Rose, 
one of the greatest players in the his- 
tory of baseball, was banned for life 
from the game because of gambling. 
The baseball commissioner found 
that Rose bet on his own team. 



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Adams, Joseph C: Business 

Administration Marketing. 

Ober Dorm Council, Treasurer; Etownian, 

Business Manager; Freshman Orientation 

Staff; Volleyball Club. 

Thank God, I'm Outta Here! 

Altmeyer, Cheryl L: Business 
Administration with Concentrations in 
Accounting and Management. 
Dorm Council, Representative; Social Work 
Club; SAM Club. 

Antonelli, Christie: Psychology. 
To CT, SG, BO, BE, BB: Thanks for making 
these past two years so special. You made a 
stranger feel accepted in a new and scary place. 
Also thanks to KS, JH, and WM. You helped 
make my senior year very special. I will never 
forget ANY OF YOU!! 

Atticks, Barry: Business Administration 

with Concentration in Management. 

SAM Club; Delphi Society, Secretery; Alpha 

Lambda Delta, Treasurer; Brass Club, 

President; Pep Band, Student Director; 

Concert Band; Student Talent Show, 

Coordinator; Resident Assistant; Tutor; Jazz 

Band; Concert Band; Chorals; Choral Union; 

Intramural Sports; Brethren Student 

Fellowship. 

Jon-Bon, Three years til' the band. 



B 



Babcock, Judy: Business Administration 
with Concentration in Marketing. 

Bailey, David U.: Marketing. 

Mom and Dad thanks for these four years. 

Good luck to all my friends. 

Baker, Halley Ann: Marketing with a Minor 
in Internation Business. 

SAM Club; Marketing Club; International 
Club; Computer Science Assistant; APB. 
Thanks Mom and Dad. I love you. I'll never 
forget the memories, KL and DS! 

Barclay, Karen A.: Business 

Administration/Management. 

Softball; SAM Club; Basketball; Outdoor 

Club; Soccer. 

Barnett, Gail Diane: Occupational Therapy. 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Dean's List; SOTA 
Club; Phi Theta Epsilon, Treasurer; 
Intramurals; Big Brother/Big Sister; Tutor; 
Volunteer Club. 

Thanks to my good friends for all the great 
times in the past four years- "Myrtle Beach,'' 



Mountain pies, parties and dances! 

Barnett, Karen Marie: Social Work with a 
Minor in Psychology. 

Social Work Student Association, Concert 
Band; Tutor; Social Work National Honor 
Society; Psi Chi. 

Beamer, Amy Suzanne: Business 
Administration with Concentrations in 

Marketing and Communications. 
Life is easier than you think. All you have to 
do is accept the impossible, do without the 
indispensable, and bear the intolerable. 

Bergstresser, Kelly: Occupational Therapy. 
Student Senate, President; SOTA; Pi Theata 
Epsilon; Homecoming Court; Volunteer Club; 
Homecoming Committee; Men's Basketball 
NCAA Scorekeeper. 

To Kiss, AB, Rod, Delphi, Grade, Jackie, 
Karen, and Reid: As we go our separate ways, 
remember that you and I are friends. And no 
matter what happens in this world, I'll always 
be here for you. Best of luck and God bless. 

Biehl, Barbara L.: Business 

Administration/Management. 
APB; SAM; Society for Collegiate Journalists; 
Peer Counseling; Yearbook, Layout Editor; 
Modern Language Club; Circle K; Semester 
Abroad in England; Marketing Club; Tutor. 
Thanks to the HB's! 

Biondolillo, James J.: Business 

Administration/Marketing. 

Varsity Baseball; Accounting/Finance Club, 

Team Leader and Director of Public Relations; 

Brinser Dorm Council; Marketing Club; 

Hertzog Award Committee; Annual Drive 

Participant. 

Black, Jennifer L.: Communications. 
APB; Conestogan, Special Events Editor; 
Modern Language Club; Freshman 
Orientation Staff; ECTV Videographer; 
WWEC News Analyst. 

Thanks to all my friends and family for 
helping me get this far. I love you all!! And 
especially to Meether and Deena for your 
support and patience. 

Blankenship, Cynthia M.: Secondary 
Education-Social Studies with Minor in 
Political Science. 
Phi Alpha Theta; Pi Sigma Alpha. 

Blatz, Raymond K.: Occupational Therapy 
with a Minor in Psychology. 
OT Club; Soccer. 

Bluett, Wendy V.: Communications. 
Varsity Tennis Team, Captain; Society of 
Collegiate Journalists, Secretary; Etownian 
Reporter; Community Magazine, Co-host; 
Intramural Basketball. 



Borriello, Denise R.E.: Communications. 
To .ill the good guys-skill it-we are the 
warriors thanks for the memories-roomates, 
Mark and of course, my friend Thomas and 
everyone else who helped me deal! When life is 
good-life is great! 

Boteler, Pamela Lynn: Religion/Philosphy 
with a Minor in Psychology. 
Cross Country; Women's Basketball, Captain; 
Women's Soccer; Intramural Volleyball; Psi 
Chi, President; Psychology Club; Religion 
Department, Student Assistant; Tutor. 
The race is not always to the swift but to those 
who keep running. Cross Country Team: 
You're the best. Hey roomie-thanks for being 
there. Luv ya lots. Archer and Wary -Anchors 
Away Dudes! 

Brill, Amber L.: Communications with a 

Concentration in Corporate Media. 

Dorm Council, Vice President; Circle K; 

Collaborative for Women's Issues; 

Conestogan; Etownian; SAM Club; IABC; 

APB. 

Thank you to all my friends and family who 

have made my four years at EC the best of my 

life. "The reward of a thing wll done is to have 

done it." Ralph Waldo Emerson 

Browne, Timothy D.: Business 
Administration with Concentration in 
Marketing. 

Ober Dorm Council; APB; Intramural 
Volleyball. 

"I thought it was in park." Thank you Mom 
and Dad. "The best friendships have been 
made." 

Brugler, Brent William: Communications 
with a Concentration in Corporate Media. 
Basketball, Co-Captain. 

Buck III, William K.: Computer Science 
with a Minor in Business Administration. 
Dorm Council Representative; Intramural 
Basketball, Football, Volleyball, Soccer, 
Softball, and Bowling. 

To my friends and family, "Thanks for your 
help and support." Mom, Dad, Steve, "I love 
you very much." 

Butler, Stephen E.: Business 

Administration. 

Marketing Club; Accounting/Finance Club; 

Intramural Sports. 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Jay, and Tara. 



Caldwell, Lisa J.: Accounting. 

Delphi Society; SAM Club; Circle K; Concert 

Band; Alpha Lambda Delta. 

Thanks mom and dad and all of my friends for 



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their support and love. 

Calnon, Kathy I.: English-Professional 
Writing with a Minor in Business. 
Varsity Volleyball; Resident Assistant. 
I love you Mom and Dad! Thank You. 

Carbaugh, Beth Ann: Occupational 

Therapy. 

Resident Assistant; Intramurals Softball, 

Basketball, Volleyball, Racquetball; Army 

Reserves and ROTC; DPS. 

Thanks to ail my hall members you're great; 

Pete thanks for being such a good friend. 

Christine, don't forget all our wonderful 

conversations. Chuck, thanks for a very 

important part of my life. And all those in 

DPS don't forget "Carpe Diem." 

Carter, Danielle H.: Communications. 
Forensics; Campus Forum. 
"Freedom's just another word for nothin' left 
to lose..." 

Case, Mary Heather: Social Work. 
Social Work Student Association; Intramural 
Sports. 

To all my best friends (CC,PK,TD,KT,CLJB, 
SD,DM,SS,BS,SS,DW,SBJM. ..) we couldn't 
have done this without each other. 
"Inspiration, move me brightly. Light the 
song with sense and color; Hold Away 
Despair. More than this I will not ask. Faced 
with mysteries dark and vast, statements just 
seem vain at last..." GD. I love you, Thomas. 
God Bless You, Mom and Dad. 

Castan, Jill M.: Business 

Administration/Marketing. 

Intramural Softball and Volleyball; SAM 

Club; Marketing Club, Treasurer; Founders 

Dorm Council, Treasurer; Central Dorm 

Council. 

"Mom and Dad, This would never have been 

possible without all your support and love. I 

love you both very much. You have worked so 

hard all of your life so that I could be here, 

THANK YOU! To my best friend Colleen... 

Oh My God... I have to tell you something!!... 

I'm graduating!! I'll miss you- Good Luck and 

study hard! Ha! Ha! 

Chapman, Christina: Psychology. 

Cross Country; Brethren Student Fellowship; 

IVCF; Bible Studies; Outdoor Club; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Psi Chi; Freshman Orientation 

Staff; Delphi Socity; Who's who Among 

College Students. 

"...but those who hope in the Lord will renew 

their strength. They will soar on wings likes 

eagles; They will run and not grow they will 

walk' and not be faint." Isiah 40:31 

Coangelo, Vita Grace: Occupational 
Therapy. 



Men's Basketball Statistician; SOTA; Pi Theta 
Epsilon, President. 



Cochran, Mary Beth: Biochemistry and 



Womens Basketball; Womens Soccer, 
Captain; Dean's List; Chemistry Club. 

Compton, Randy: Business Administration 
Management. 

Swimming; Intramurals; Ski Club; Bike Club. 
Thank you Mom and Pops for your 
continuous support... I love you... Beth, (Bert), 
I love you very much., keep working hard. 
Special thanks to Cyndi Beyerlein.. I did it! To 
all my friends.. I will miss you! 

Connolley, Cathryn A.: 

Communications/Public Relations. 
Class Vice-President, Junior and Senior; 
Judicial Board, Campus Life Council; 
Intramural, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer. 
PK,MC,TZ,BS,Surf,CL,SH,LT-Forever in my 
heart, when life gets to be a routine think of 
our memories we've shared and feel alive 
again-I love you all! Mom and Dad-thank you, 
I love you. To the rest of the crew, make magic 
where ever you are. 

Cooper, David J.: Business Administration 

with a Concentration in Management. 

JV Soccer; Intramurals; Varsity Golf; SAM 

Club. 

Mom and Dad, you're the best, Love ya both! 

I hope the future will be just as much fun as 

these last four years have been! 

Corbin, Colleen E.: Elementary 
Education/Early Childhood Education. 
Education Club; Newman Club; Ober Dorm 
Council. 

Crane, Tracy: Occupational Therapy. 
Concert Band; Choral Union; OT Club. 
Thanx mom and dad- I love you! 

Curtis, Virginia K.: Elementary 
Education/Early Childhood Education. 



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Davis, Jonathan E.: Political Science. 

Varsity Soccer, National Champians; 

Intramural Sports; Student Responsibility 

Task Force; BCA Student; Political Science 

Club. 

"New Blue" the tradition continues. Thanks 

Mom, Dad, and Jolens, I love you. 

Davis, Melissa A.: Elementary Education. 
Education Club; Volleyball; Intramural 
Softball and Volleyball. 

Thanks to "the flock" for making my years at 
E-town special. I will miss you all! A special 



thanks to Mom and Dad for all the love and 
support! 

DeLong, Priscilla Sue: Elementary 
Education. 

Concert Choir; Education Club; ALD; Delphi 
Society; College Scholar; Brethren Student 
Fellowship, Deputation Team; Study abroad 
in Cheltenham, England; Peer Counselor; 
Died in the Wool; Who's Who Among 
American Colleges and Universities. 
To all my friends- I wish you the best as we 
live out our dreams. We have worked for 
thoughout the past 4 years. To Cecilia- I love 
you and don't ever forget Eph. 1:16. 

Depoe, Craig: Biology with a Minor in 
Biochemistry. 

Desmond, Stacy M.: Accounting. 

Deveney, Michelle D.: 

Communications/Public Relations 
Concentration and a Minor in French. 
SCJ President; DCAC; Etownian Editorial 
Board; WWEC Publicity; APB Publicity; 
Editor of the Department Newsletter; Tutor. 
"Life is uneven. It has its ups and downs. The 
weather is mixed with sunshine and shadow... 
But in spite of all this, it is a good day when 
you can make an honest living and be a friend 
to man. That day is yours." Best wishes to my 
friends: Lets keep in touch. 

Dickerson, Delphie Ann: Occupational 

Therapy. 

OT Club, Secretary; Pi Theta Epsilon, 

Secretary; APB; Intramural Sports; Men's 

Basketball Statistician. 

Dodge, Tyffini Alyse: Psychology with a 
Minor in Music. 

Psychology Club, President; Alpha Mu 
MENC; Volunteer Club; Admissions 
Orientation Staff; Extern Program; Band 
Orchestra; Pep Band; Band Staff; Choral 
Union. 

You must hold onto your dreams, for your 
dreams hold your future. A special thanx to 
my family and Andrew: Thank you for your 
everlasting support and encouragement. I 
would never have made it without each and 
every one of you. I LOVE YOU ALL! And to 
my friends, Good Luck in your future! 

Douglas, James E.: Biology with a Minor in 

Psychology. 

Cross Country, Captain; College Orchestra; 

Concert Choir; Biology Club. 

"There is a road, no simple highway between 

the dawn and the dark of night and if you go, 

no one may follow. That path is for your steps 

alone." 



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£ckenroth. Donna J.: English-Literature. 
English Club, President; Modern Language 
Club, Secretary; Literary Magazine. 
"I wish I hadn't broke that dish, I wish I was a 
movie-star, I wish a lot of things, I wish that 
life was like the movies are." (quote from A. 
P. Herbert-"It May Be Life, But Ain't it 
Slow?" 

Eidemiller, Marsha Sue: Business 

Administration/Marketing. 

Marketing Club, President; Concert Band; 

Concert Choir; SAM; Peer Counseling; Tutor; 

Dean's List; Admissions. 

Thanks Mom, Dad, and Mark for all your love 

and support- without you, it would have been 

impossible! Also, thanks to my best friend in 

the whole wide world, Lisa, for taking such 

good care of me! The V.A. lives on! 

Embon, Michele M.: Early Childhood 

Education. 

Field Hockey; Newman Club; Education 

Club, Secretary; Resident Assistant; Studied 

abroad in England; Education Tutor; 

Volunteer Club; Habitat for Humanity; 

Intramural Sports. 

Esh, Monica J.: Occupational Therapy. 
Field Hockey; SOTA; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Phi Theta Epsilon; Student Senate. 
I believe there comes a time when everything 
just falls in line. We live and learn from our 
mistakes. The deepest cuts are healed by faith. 

Eyster, Katherine: Social Work. 



Fallen, Julie E.: Occupational Therapy. 
OT Club; Student Trainer; Newman Club; 
Dorm Council; Intramurals. 
Mom and Daddy, I love you both and 
couldn't have made it without your 
unconditional love and support. Poppa- 
thanks for making my dream a reality. 
Suze... "That's what friends are for." We made 
it!! Love ya lotz! Coach Joe, SH, TR, and ST- 
it's been great! Glenn and Sherri thanks for 
making my senior year the ABSOLUTE 
BEST!! 

Fenstermacher, Amelyn: Early Childhood 
Education. 

Education Club; Transfer Peer Counselor. 
Thank you Mom and Dad for all of your love 
and support over the past three years. You are 
the best. Jon, thank you for always being there 
through my senior year. I love you! Without 
all of you 1 would never have never made it. 



Ferraro, Melanie D.: Occupational Therapy 
Student Senate; Dorm Council; SOTA; Class 
Representative; Volunteer Club; Pi Theta 
Epsilon; Dean's List; intramurals; 
Homecoming Court; Big Sister. 
"Holidays must end as you know. All is 
memory, taken home with me... all years ago." 
Natalie Merchant. 

Fies, Kimberly J.: Business Administration 
Marketing/Communications. 
Marketing Club; Softball. 
Thanks for the great times, all the 2-East 
bunch. The College will never be the same. 
I'm gonna miss all of you, and to all my 
friends, you made my 4 years here special. ..See 
ya in the Real World! 

Fiola, Michael J.: Mathematics with a Minor 
in Computer Science. 

Banquet/Special Functions Manager in the 
Dining Hall; Math Club, President; Pi Mu 
Epsilon Honor Society; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Teacher's Assistant, Math Department; 
College Scholar. 

Fisher, Margaret: Communications. 

Fitz, Vanessa L.: Biology. 
Women's Volleyball Team; Biology Club; 
Amnesty International; Advocates for Peace; 
Brethren Student Fellowship; Intramural 
Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball. 

Fleshman, Karla L.: Social Work. 

Social Work Student Association, President; 

Resident Assistant; Inter- Varsity Christian 

Fellowship; Habitat For Humanity; Black 

Student Union. 

If we are to be friends, then we must share 

both good and bad in our friendsip. Because 

friendship is a thing sensed inwardly as much 

as a thing pledged openly. One feels friendship 

and becomes bound by it. Thank-you God, 

Family and Friends for doing just that. 

Fluck, Christopher: Communications with 
a Concentration in Corporate Media. 
Baseball, Co-Captain; DJ; Reporter for Sports 
Rap; 2nd team MAC. 
Get out while you can!! 

Flynn, Elizabeth: Elementary Education. 
Education Club. 

Mom and Dad, I did it! Thank you for 
everything and I love you! I leave E-town with 
special memories of the Annex and lifetime- 
friendships from the past and present. Best of 
luck to all my friends! Brad... thanks for 
hangin' in there. We made it! I love you! 

Fox, Sherri Lee: Communications with a 
Concentration in Public Relations. 
Circle K, President; Myer Dorm Council, Vice 
President; IABC; DCAC. 



To my family and Greg- Thank you for every 
thing... I love you. To all my friends: AC, TR, 
BP, KP, JF, GP- Thanks for the memories 
and keep in touch! 

Frantz, Diana M.: Business Marketing. 
Yearbook; APB; Marketing Club, Officer; 
SAM Club. 



Garber, Joseph A.: Busin 

Administration. 

Basketball; Intramural Basketball; Campus 

Fellowship. 

"A wise person will hear and increase in 

learnig, and a person of understanding will 

acquire wise consel." Proberbs 1:5 

Gartner, Deborah A.: Social Work. 
Social Work Student Association, Secretary; 
Tutor; Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Delta Mu; 
CROP Volleyball Marathon; Intramurals; 
Academic and Financial Aid Committee; 
College Scholar. 

With love and "Footprints" to Mom, Dad, 
Gram, Grandpa and Patty. May God grant 
me the serenity to accept the tings I cannot 
change, Courage to change those things I can, 
and wisdom to know the difference. 

Gee Jr., Douglas Robert: Business 

Administration/Management with a Minor in 

Psychology. 

Volleyball Club; Concert Choir; Chorale; Psi 

Chi, Treasurer. 

I want to thank my friends for being there for 

me: Crystal, Cheryl, CT, Wild Bill, Fred, Joe, 

Tony, Ed, Tammy, Putt, Scott, and especially 

Marsha (ILU). 

Gibson, Claire Noel: Communications. 
Concert Band; Forensics; IABC, Secretary. 
"Expect a Mracle." Thanks Mom and Dad for 
everything. I love you. To the Gable girls, 
thanks or making my senior year the best year 



Gift, Deena M.: Social Work. 
Volleyball(intramural and varsity); Social 
Work Student Association, Vice President; 
IVCF; Intramural Softball. 
Special thanks to my parents, brothers, and 
friends for all their love and support. I 
remember all the special memories spent with 
friends. "The person who has no imagination 
has no wings." 

Gilbert, Sharon Lynette: Communications. 

Society for Collegiate Journalists; Orchestta; 

Tutor. 

Mom and Dad, thanks for being there with 

your encouragement, love, and support. Sue, 

here's to another graduation! Cheers! To the 



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Bahama Mamas, I still can't sing but Spring 
Break was the greatest! To Jen and the Gable 
girls, thanks for living with slide shows on the 
refrigerator. And to everyone else, love, peace, 
and a song that's your own. 

Good, Lori A.: Accounting. 

Accounting Finance Club, Publicity Officer; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Delphi Society; SAM 

Club. 

Gotlewski, Amy: Occupational Therapy. 
Student Senate; Peer Counselor; SOTA; 
Newman Club; Intramurals. 
Thanks for your love and support Mom and 
Dad. I love you both. Thank you Bill, for 
always being there and seeing me through 
everything. And thanks to KAS and J for the 
good times and for listening to my stories. I 
love you all! 

Guear, Christopher: Political Science. 
Brass Ensemble; Concert Choir; Chorale; 
Political Science Club; College Democrats; 
Residence Life Council; Drama Club; Pi 
Sigma Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta; Brinser Dorm 
Council. 



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Hale, Christina Linn: Elementary 

Education. 

Education Club. 

Thanks Mom and Dad! I couldn't have done it 

without you! 

Hall, Sheila M.: Elementary Education. 
Education Club, Vice President. 
I Thanks dad for all your help and support, I 
couldn't have done it without you! Cat, Di, P, 
Tara, Jeff, and J.D.- I cherish your 
friendships. 5-year plan, its finally over!! 

Harris, Nicole: Marketing. 

Harris, Susan: Business Administration with 
a Concentration in Management. 
Intramural Bowling, Softball and Volleyball. 

Hassinger, Brad: Business Administration 
) with a Concentration in Marketing. 
Baseball. 

Thanks a lot Mom and Dad, "I did it!" I love 
you!! 

Hassold, Margaret B.: Elementary 

Education. 

Swimming; Education Club. 

Hausner, Heidi Marie: Occupational 

Therapy. 

OT Club; Intramural Sports. 

To the flock: Thanks for all the great times 

and special memories we shared over the last 



four years together. Best of luck to each of you 
and I will miss you. Thanks mom and dad for 
all the Love and support you have given me. I 
love you both! 

Heath, Anthony M.: Psychology. 
Yearbook Staff; Etownian; Campus Forum; 
Circle K; Dorm Council; Psi Chi; Psychology 
Club; Jazz Band. 

Hepburn, Laurie: Early 

Childhood/Elementary Education. 

Education Club. 

Hey Shel- Can you think of anything I can 

write? 

Hepfer III, James R.: Communications. 
Varsity Basketball; College Republicans; 
Intramural Sports. 
"1 -North Lives Forever." 

Hill, Christopher Wayne: 

Communications. 

WWEC, DJ; ECTV, SportsRap Host, 
Reporter, Assistant Director; Basketball, PA 
Announcer; Etownian Writer; BLBT Club, 
President. 

"Well I left my happy home to see what I 
could find out. I left my folks and my friends 
with the aim to clear my mind out. Well 1 hit 
the rowdy road and many kinds I met there, 
many stories told me of the way to get there. 
So on and on I go, the seconds tick the time 
out. There's so much left to know and I'm on 
the road to find out." 

Hilliar, Holly: Biology and General Science 

Education. 

Biology Club; Volleyball; Intramural Softball; 

Education Club. 

Himes, Angela D.: Business Administration 
with a Concentration in Accounting. 
Theatre Productions; Dorm Council; Karate 
Club. 

Horner, Shelie A.: Elementary/Early 

Childhood Education with a Minor in 

Psychology. 

Education Club; Psi Chi. 

Well, Weir, How about machines at the Pub, 

Lamont, Street sign nosebleeds, a citizen's 

arrest, the P.D. Car, The Jade Tiki Inn, Your 

perm, Or the udder girls? 

Hosier, Kristen Elaine: English- 
Professional Writing 

English Club; Photography Club; APB 
Publicity Committee. 

Seek and ye shall find the hidden mysteries of 
the mind. Do not Despair if you find nothing 
there for the heart can lead you anywhere. 

Hudock, Susan: Occupational Therapy. 
Student Trainer; SOTA; Phi Theta Epsilon; 
Intramurals; College Scholar; Dean's List. 



Hutchingson, Suzette: Social Work. 
Social Work Student Association; Intramural 
Volleyball and Softball. 

To my family: Thanks for all the 
unconditional love, support and 
understanding through the past four years. I 
could have never made it without you. I love 
you all more than words can say. 



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Jacoby, Diane D.: Music Education. 
Concert Choir; MENC. 

Johnson, Kimberly A.: Business 
Administration with a Concentration in 
Economics and a Minor in Biochemistry. 
Myer Dorm Council; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Marketing Club; Externships. 
Special thanks to God, Mom and Dad, and 
Wendy. I wouldn't have made it without you. 
Thanks and love also to Ernie for his support - 
my last two years won't be forgotten. Special 
wishes to AG, AH, HM, CS, KD, BL, MH, 
SW, CL, HB, and DS. 

Jurasinski, Christine V.: Biochemistry with 
a Minor in Biology. 

Modern Language Club; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Delphi Society; Peer Counselor; 
SAACS; Biology Club; Newman Club. 
Thanks E-town for four very special years. 
Mom, Dad, and Cindy- thanks for all your 
love, support, and encouragement- I couldn't 
have made it without you. I love you! To all 
my friends at E-town, especially NS, DC, MB, 
VD, SH, JL, RS, and AE- the memories we 
shared will be with me always. 



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Kemper, Sheri Lynn: Business 

Administration/Marketing. 

Marketing Tutor; Marketing Club, Vice 

President; Intramurals; Direct Marketing 

Collegiate Institute; College Scholar. 

Special thanks to Bob, Janet, Heidi, and 

Sonya for making my senior year the best ever! 

And thanks, Mom and Dad for all of your 

financial and emotional support. I love you 

both. 

Kiefer, Kristine Marie: Business 
Administration with a Concentration in 
Management and a Minor in Biology. 
Yearbook, Faculty Editor; Biology Club; SAM 
Club; Marketing Club; APB; Dorm Council. 



Kissel, Jonathon A.: Business 
Administration/Marketing with a Minor in 
Communications. 
Go EAGLES. 



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Kline, Gary M.: Accounting. 
Intramural Basketball and Football; 
Accounting Finance Club; Outdoors Club; 
BLBT, Treasurer; Chess Club, Captain. 



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Krasowski, Judy 

Communications. 

WWEC, Sports Director; Etownian, Sports 

Editor and Sports Writer; Women's Soccer; 

ECTV, Promotions Manager; Guest 

Coordinator; Peer Counselor; Admissions Tour 

Guide. 

"Mom and Dad, I owe it all to you... E, 

'Trouble follows us wherever we go'... JSN, 

you were 4 years of hell that I'll never forget... 

SY, I still owe you one." 

Kukula, Christina L.: Biology/Pre-Med 
with a Minor in Biochemistry. 

Kunkle, Patricia Marie: Social Work. 
Social Work Student Association; Intramural 
Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball. 
I have made it through here in four years 
thanks to my family and close friends... (CC, 
MC,SS,TZ,CL,BS,SSJM,SBJD). I love you 
guys!! I'll keep the great memories in my heart 
always. Mom, Larry, Dad Theresa and Aunt 
Fay thanks for your support, understanding 
and for hanging in there with me, I love you! 
"May we all shine on!" 

Kurzawa, Matthew: Political Science. 
Elizabethtown Karate Club, Vice President; 
Political Science Club; Newman Club. 
To Brinser 2-S, to the women of Myer 2-W, to 
all the crazy parties and endless nights, for all 
the living, loving, and learning, thanks guys... 
it's been the greatest. 



Landis, Karen Ann: Accounting. 
Accounting/Finance Club; Choral Union. 
Thanks Mom and Dad for all your love and 
support. Steve, thanks for all your love and 
encouragement. I'll love you forever! Cheri, 
thanks for being a great roommate and a 
special friend. I'll miss you a lot! Bip, best of 
luck to you in your next three years at E-town! 

Lapp, Lorie C: Music Therapy with a Minor 
n Psychology. 

Alpha Mu; Concert Band; MENC; Jazz Band; 
Brass Ensemble; Piano Ensemble. 
Thank you Mom and Dad, and family for all 
the love, support and encouragement given me 
my whole life and especially these last four 
years! I love you all!! Bear- thank you for all the 
good times and for being such a great roomy 
and bestest friend!! Michelle- thank you for 
helping me get through those stressful times in 
Rider; you're great! 



Laricks, Dana Joyce: Political Science with a 
Minor in Business Administration. 
Student Senate Executive Cabinet; 
Homecoming Midway Organizer; Co- 
coordinator CROP Volleyball Marathon; APB; 
College Republicans; Political Science Club. 
College has been four years of learning, 
growing and sharing special times with very 
special people. Thanks to my family, to Bob 
and to my friends. Without your love and 
support, life at E-Town Would have been a 
disaster! 

Ledbetter, Janet Lynn: Business 

Administration/ Marketing. 

Peer Counselor; Tutor; SAM Club; Marketing 

Club. 

A special thanks to mom and dad. I would 

never have made it without them. I love you! 

Also, to the old Royer 2 North gang, you were 

the best. 

Lederer, Kristi Dawn: Occupational 

Therapy. 

Occupational Therapy Club; APB; Intramural 

Sports; Peer Counselor. 

H and D, The freindships that we have 

formed are strong and everlasting. Never 

forgetting the memories and forever looking 

ahead to making new ones. These have been 

the BEST four years! Thanks and Good Luck!! 

Mom and Dad, Thanks! I love you! 

Lees, Corie L.: Occupational Therapy. 
Class President, Junior and Senior; Student 
Senate executive cabinet; Campus Life 
Council, Secretery; SOTA; Intramural Softball; 
Phi-Theta Epsilon. 

A message to my friends (the B-E-S-T people I 
know):"The purpose of life is to matter- to 
count, to stand for something, to have it make 
some difference that we lived at all." 

Lehman, Deborah J.: Music Education. 
Campus Fellowship; Circle K; Campus 
Forum; MENC; Alpha Mu; Student Senate; 
Religious Life Committee; Private teacher for 
the Fine Arts Department Preparatory 
Division; Died In Wool; Deputations; 
Brethren Student Fellowship. 
"Do not be dismayed at goodbyes... for saying 
goodbye is necessary if one is to meet again, 
and meeting again is inevitable, for those who 
are friends."- Thank you to all of my friends 
for helping me become who I am! 

Lennon, Michelle M.: Occupational 

Therapy. 

OT Club; Volunteer Club; Newman Club, 

President, Treasurer; Founders Dorm Council; 

Concert Band; Resident Assistant. 

"Through all the ups and downs, through all 

the good and bad, these years have been a gift 

to me. I thank you, Mom and Dad!" 



Lenskold, Kirsten: Occupation Therapy. 
Resident Assistant; Head Resident; SOTA 
Executive Board. 
"The brook would lose its song if Goc 
removed rhe rocks." 

Long, Dayna Michelle: Elementary 
Education, 

Education Club; Brethren Student Fellowship 
Brass Ensemble; Concert Choir; Concert B 
Died in the Wool; Deputation Team; Tutor. 
Tom, Beanie, Sue, and Cecilia- You guy; 
mean the world to me! (Why are you laughing 
at me?!) Thanks Paul, for all of your help anc 
support. 

Long, Julie A.: Busir 

Administration/BIS. 

SAM; Accounting/Finance Club; Marketing 

Club; Computer Science Club; Residence Life 

Council; Yearbook Advertising Editor; Tutor 

Ski Club. 

Thanks for sharing the memories with me NS. 

SH, CJ, AE, RS. Thanks for everything Mom 

and Dad! 

Loos, William L.: Marketing/Management. 
SAM Club, Vice President; Marketing Club: 
Delphi Society; Dusiness Dpartment 
Assistant; Peer Counselor; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Intramural Sports; SIFE 
Accounting/Finance Club. 

Lyons, Stephen: Accounting. 



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Martell, Kathleen J.: Mathematics with a 
Minor in Business Administration. 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon; Tennis 
Team; Intramural Basketball; Baseball Team 
Statistician; Math Club. 

Martin, Jeanette S.: English/Professional 
Writing with a Minor in French. 
Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship, Secretary; 
Delphi Society, President; Wriring 
Counsultant; Tutor. 

Matthews, Leslie Rose: English Literature. 
English Club; Advocates for Peace. 

McGonigle, James S.: Political Science. 

Varsity Baseball; Political Science Club; 

College Republicans Club. 

Thank you so much for making this possible, 

Mom and Dad! I love you very! To all the 

friends I've made here thanks for the 

memories. 

McLanahan, Dawn Megan: Business 

Administration. 

SAM Club; Yearbook, Co-editor; Marketing 

Club; Tutor; Myer Dorm Council; Resident 



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■Life Council; Committee on Campus Art; Art 
phow Assistant. 

■I want to thank my family, the professors and 
■friends for allowing me and helping me to 
■achieve my goals here at Elizabethtown 
College. Best wishes to all my friends. 

McNaught, Sherry J.: Occupational 
(Therapy. 
|APB, Special Events Committee; APB, 

Executive Board Secretary; OT Club; National 
, ASCOT A Representative. 

Merkel, Josette L.: Occupational Therapy. 

Metcalfe, Susan V.: English with Literature 
Concentration, Minor in Religion/Philosophy. 
Student Senate, Secretary; Academic Council; 
Core Review Committee; Core Program 
Committee; Middle States Steering 
Committee; Delphi Society; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Tutor; Open House Tour Guide; Dean 
of College Life Search Committee; Campus 
Forum; College Republicans, President. 
To my mom, dad, and brother: Thanks for all 
your love and support and for making my four 
years at Elizabethtown so special. 

Miller, Janet D.: Elementary Education. 
Education Club, Treasurer; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Study Abroad in Cheltenham, England. 

Miller, Jennifer Louise: Occupational 

Therapy. 

Dean's List; Pi Theta Epsilon; Delphi Society; 

OT Club, Executive Board; Intramural 

Volleyball; Jay's Nest, Student Manager; Peer 

Counselor. 

Dear Mom and Dad- I love you more than 

anything; yet the question remains- is OT for 

me?!?! ha! ha! Love and thanks to my relatives, 

roommates, friends, professors, the Jay's Nest 

Crew, Amy, Donnie, and especially Joel for 

making my years at E-town so Special. 

Miller, Leana V.: Biology with a Minor in 
Biochemistry. 

Freshmen Orientation Staff; College Scholar; 
Biology Club, Vice President; Delphi Society, 
Vice President; Advocates for Peace; Amnesty 
International; Research Lab Attendant, 
Hershey Medical Center; Bio Lab Assistant; 
Extern Program. 

Morganti, Steven L.: Sociology. 

My thanks to Richard, my love to Karen, and 

my "Thursday nights" to Brinser 2-South! 

Muir, Jr., James McKinnon: Business 
Administration with Concentrations in 
Finance and Accounting. 
Peer Counselor; Freshmen Orientation Staff; 
Accounting/Finance Club; Brethren College 
Abroad Participant; Intramural Soccer, 
Football, Softball, Volleyball. 



Musselman, Michelle Lynn: Occupational 
Therapy. 

Occupational Therapy Association; Pi Theta 
Epsilion; Student Patrol Student, Co- 
Coordinator. 

Musser, Jeffrey R.: Business 

Administration. 

Accounting/Finance Club. 

Joy is the by product of trusting God. 

Myers, Diane A.: Elementary Education. 
Dorm Council; Residence Life Council; 
Education Club, Secretary; Etownian; Band; 
Intramural Softball and Basketball. 
To my friends: Thanks for all of your support, 
caring and sharing these past four years. I wish 
everyone of you much success in your future. 
Also, thanks mom and dad for all of your love 
and support, I couldn't have done it without 
you. 



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Neiheiser, Joel S.: Mathematics. 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon. 



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O'Connor, Jean: Communications with 
Concentration in Public Relations. 



Peck, Kimberly C: Social Work. 
Resident Assistant; Head Resident; Social 
Work Club, Secratary. 

Much love and many thanks to those who 
have touched my life and made these four 
years very special. A special thanks to Bob, for 
loving me and encouraging me and to a very 
special person whom without her love and 
support this would never have been possible, 
my mom. 

Pedersen, Beth: Occupational Therapy. 
SOTA; Intramural Volleyball. 

Peluse, Jeffery M.: Political Science. 
IVCF; Brinser Bible Study; College 
Republicans; Student Senate Representative. 
Have faith... things will work out. 

Perilli, Anthony M.: Business 
Administration with Concentration in 

Management. 

Petersen, Stephanie L.: Communications 
with a Minor in Political Science. 
WWEC, Station Manager; Resident Assistant; 
Forensics; IABC, Delphi Society; Student 
Senate; Alpha Lamba Delta; ECTV. 



To the Gable Girls- It's been a great year 
thanks for all the laughs and the memories. 

Petulla, Kristin: Psychology with 

Biochemistry Minor 

I made it through Mom and Dad, thanks for 

everynng, I love you! 

Pickering, Glenn K.: Business 

Administration/Finance. 

Cross Country; Swimming; SAM Club; 

Habitat for Humanity; Brethren Student 

Fellowship. 

Dare to live your dreams. Strive with all your 

heart and mind for them. For apathy leads to 

indifference and indifference breed 

hopelessness and sorrow for us all. 

Powell, Ilsa L.: English/Professional 

Writing. 

Society of Collegiate Journalists; Modern 

Language Club; Catholic Student 

Organization; English Club. 

The music of life is the stream of events 

leading up to each goal and beginning anew. 



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Reed, Kimberly: Political Science with a 
Minor in Business Administration. 
Political Science Club; College Republicans; 
Delphi Society; College Scholar, Alpha Lamda 
Delta; Political Science Honor Society; Peer 
Counselor. 

Robertson, Linda V.: Elementary 
Education. 

Swim Team; Volunteer Club; Education Club, 
Vice-President; Intramural Sports; Dorm 
Council, Publicity Chairman. 
Mon and Dad, I want to thank you for 
everything. I am ready to fly now. I love you. 
Amy, thanks fo being a great sister. Gable 
Girls, you have made this last year super. 
Thanks for all your support! Deena, thanks for 
being a wonderful friend and roomate. Chris, I 
will love you always- 10/30/87, 8/26/88. 
Thanks for always being there. 

Rockey, David S.: Biology (Pre-Med) with a 

Minor in Biochemistry. 

Biology Club; Mens Volleyball Club; Ski 

Club; Intramurals. 

"All that I am or hope to be I owe to my 

parents." A. Lincoln 

Rodriguez, Diane C: Buisness Education 

with Minors in Marketing/Office 

Technologies. 

Marketing Club; Basketball Manager; 

Aerobics Instructor; Volunteer Club; 

Intramural Softball. 

Thanks mom and dad for everything! I love 

you. I will always remember my roommates. 



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Rogers, Kelly L.: Early Childhood 

Education. 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Brethren College 

Abroad; Tutor. 

Runge, Rebecca L.: Business 

Administration/Marketing with a Minor in 

Visual Arts. 

Marketing Club; Varsity Field Hockey, Co- 

Captain; Intramurals. 

"Mom and Dad- Thanks for all you caring and 

support. I Love You!" 



Saric, Neda Maria: Business Administration 

with Concentration in Management, Finance, 

and Internation Business. 

SAM Club; Accounting/Finance Club; 

Modern Language Club; International Club; 

Peer Counselor; Student Tutor; Residence Life 

Council. 

Thanks for all the memories E-Town! Special 

thanks to Mom and Dad- I love you! 

Schecider, Raul C: Philosophy with a 
Minor in History. 

Schodowski, Cecilia M.: Mathematics with 
a Minor in Computer Science. 
Cross Country, Captain; Math Club, Vice 
President; Pi Mu Epsilon; Habitat for 
Humanity; Christian Union; BCA-England; 
Dean's List. 

Coach, thanks for showing me the joy of 
running. Best of luck to the cross country 
team. May the wind be always at your back 
and may your van never break down. To 
Michael, Sherice, my twin, and all- I'll miss ya! 
Sue, "I have never stopped thanking God for 
you..." Mom and Dad: ILY, Thanks! 

Schooley, Tammie L.: Occupational 

Therapy. 

OT Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; Dorm 

Council; Intramurals; Pi Theta Epsilon. 

Schoonmaker, Holly P.: Business 

Administration/ Marketing. 
Marketing Club; Etownian, Reporter; Men's 
Basketball, Statistician; Intramural Softball. 
Thanks to "The Flock" for making these years 
at Elizabethtown so special! I'll miss you guys! 

Sechler, Christine A.: Accounting. 
College Scholar; Delphi Society; Dean's List; 
Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; IVCF, Concert Coordinator, President; 
Accounting/Finance Club, Secretary; SAM 
Club; Bible Study Leader; Religious Life 
Committee; Choral Union. 



"I can do all things through Christ who 
strenthens me." Phillipians 4: 13 
"Thanks, Mom and Dad, for everything! I 
love you both very much!" 

Seidenstricker, Jay R.: 

Marketing/Management. 

Sensenich, Steven S.: Accounting. 
Accounting/Finance Club; Brinser Dorm 
Council, President; Residence Life Council 
Treasurer and President; Student Banquet 

Manager. 

Shamonsky, Nancy: Economics with a 

Minor in Political Science. 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Political Science Club; 

College/Community Orchestra. 

Mom and Dad- Thanks for the opportunity to 

go to college and study in Europe. I love you! 

Shartle, Stefanie E.: Communications with a 
Minor in Business Administration. 
IABC; Department Chairman's Advisory 
Committee; ECTV, Reporter, Videographer, 
Co- Anchor and Student Showcase Producer. 

Sheffield, Diane Lynn: Business 

Administration with Concentrations in 

Marketing and Management. 

Marketing Club; SAM Club; Accounting and 

Finance Club; Intramural Volleyball. 

I just want to thank everyone in my family for 

playing a special and unique part in my life. I 

wouldn't be where I am today without your 

love, support, and guidance. I love you all!! 

Shively, Jonathan A.: BA in Music with a 
Minor in Religion. 

Head Resident; Resident Assistant; Brethren 
Student Fellowship, Vice President; Concert 
Choir, President and soloist; Concert Band; 
Brass Ensemble; Chorale; Deputation 
Ministries, co-coordinator; Eastern Region 
Youth Conference Steering Committee; 
Advocates for Peace; Habitat for Humanity; 
CROP Volleyball Marathon; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Who's Who Among Ameiican College 
and University Students. 
There is no way to peace; peace is the way! 

Sibert, Deanna D.: English with a Minor in 

History. 

APB; Internations Club; English Club. 

Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you. 

Smith, Amy L.: Social Work with a Minor in 

Music. 

Student Association of Social Workers; Alpha 

Mu; Concert Choir; IVCF; Weekly Bible 

Studies; Deputation Team; Admission's 

Office Tourguide and Office worker; Black 

Student Union. 

"How lovely is your dwelling place, O Lord 

Almighty! My soul yearns, even faints, for the 



courts of the Lord; my heart and my flesh sing 
for joy to the living God." 

Smith, Suzanne: English. 

Education Club; English Club; Intramural 

Softball and Volleyball. 

Stitzel, Amy Lynne: Elementary Education. 
Field Hockey; Education Club; Intramurals. 

Stringas, Cynthia Rachel: Social Studies 
Education. 

History Club, President and Vice President; 
Political Science Club, Treasurer; Education 
Club; College Republican's Club; Concert 
Choir, Vice President; Tutor; Intramurals. 
"Friends are friends forever... though it's hard 
to let you go... a lifetime's not too long to live 
as friends. Thanks mom and dad for your love 
and support!" 

Susko, Joanne: Accounting. 

SIFE; Accounting Finance Club; Peer 

Counselor, Marketing Club, Secretary. 

To all the girls of Founder's B-l; 

Always keep Bombing!!! 

Swanson, Stephanie L.: Communications 
with a Minor in Business Administration. 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Freshman Class 
Treasurer, Student Senate; Campus Life 
Council; IABC, Vice President of Promotions; 
Etownian, Advertising Editor. 
Thanks Mom and Dad. I Love You! 



Talley, Frances L.: Elementary Education. 
Education Club, Public Relations; Tutor; Peer 
Couselor; Intramural Softball; Soccer Manager; 
Student Teaching. 

Thanks Mom and Dad- I couldn't have done 
it without you! 

Taylor, Karen Leigh: Business 
Administration/Marketing. 

Taylor, Karen Leigh: Business 
Administration with Concentration in 
Marketing. 

Teer, Deborah Ann: Elementary Education. 

Cheerleading; Newspaper; Education Club; 

Society for Collegiate Journalists Club; 

Intramurals. 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Rich, Chris, and the rest 

of my family for all you have done for me. 

Temple, Mary Beth: Social Work. 
Social Work Club; Yearbook Staff; Big 
Brother/ Big Sister; Intramurals; Open house 
tour guide. Thanks to all my friends who ha 
made my four years at E-town very special- I 
love you guys!! 



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irrhomas Carol Sue: Social Work with a for me. Your love and support will never be things that would keep you from doing your 

Minor in'Business Administration. forgotten. Gable girls- its been great! The best. An athlete goes to all this trouble just to 

Student Senate; Social Work Student memories will live forever. To all my friends- win a blue ribbon or a silvercup, but we do it 

Association- College Republicans; Volleyball the best of luck and thanks for everything!! for a heavenly reward the never disappears." I 

Marathon, Coordinator. God bless the class of 1990! We made it!! Cor. 9:24-25 



Thomas, Derik: Business 

Administration/Management. 

Thomas, Douglas S.: Communications. 
ECTV, SportsRap Producer; Floor Director; 
Talk of the Towns, Cameraman; Conestagan; 
Photography Editor, Photographer; Etownian, 
Staff Photographer; Inttamural Sports. 

Thomas, Virginia W.: Elementary 

Education. 

Education Club; Intramural Softball and 

Soccer; Men's Basketball Manager. 

Thanx Mom and Dad for a great four year 

Experience! 

Thompson, Lynn S.: Elementary Education. 
Education Club; Intramural Softball and 
Volleyball. 



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Van Ness, Elizabeth B.: Psychology. 
Psi Chi; Psychology Club, Secretary; 
Cheerleading, Co-Captain; Dean's List. 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Lynda, Krista- I love 
you... with special memories of Reese. Eric- 
You are very special to me and I will always 
love you. 

Vanaman, Diane M.: Elementary Education. 
Orchestra; Education Club; Big Brother/Big 
Sister; Tutot. 

Believe in dreams, they do come true. Thanks 
Mom and Dad, I love you Rick. 

Vannucci, Karen A.: Accounting. 
Class Treasurer; Student Senate Treasurer; 
Delphi Society, Treasurer; Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Histotian; Accounting/Finance Club; 
Varsity Softball; Tutor. 



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Waite, Shirley: Business 

Administration/Matketing. 

Marketing Club. 

To my family and Allen, Thanks for your 

support and understanding. I love you all. 2- 

East never forget the great times. 

Walker, Melinda A.: Occupational Thetapy. 
OT Club; Concert Choir; Campus Fellowship; 
Campus Theater. 

"A ship in a harbor is safe but that's not what 
ships were made for.'' Thanks Mom, Dad, 
Mike, Donna, and Will for always being there 



Walton, Alice Marie: Accounting. 

Concett Band; Orchestra; Woodwind 

Ensemble. 

To Accomplish Great Things We Must 

Dream First. 

Walton, Kenneth W.: Accounting. 
Accounting/Finance Club; Resident Assistant; 
Varsity Basketball; SAM Club; Peet 
Counselot; Student Senate; Dorm Council. 
Give to the world the best you have, and the 
best will come back to you. 

Waters, George Scott: Computer Science. 
DJ-WWEC; Photography Club; Karate Club, 
Secretary; Directot/Ptoducer 1989 Freshman 
Video; Riding Club. 

Watson, Robert W.: Communications 
Cross Country; Brinser Resident Assistant 
Staff; Alpha Lambda Delta; Outdoors Club. 
Hagalo! Siempre se puele salir bajo fianza. 

Weaver, Leslie: Psychology. 

Psychology Club; Psy Chi; Yearbook; Modern 

Language Club; APB. 

Weaver, Mandy: English. 

Student Senate; MLC; Resident Assistant; 

Study Abroad, England; Honor Code 

Committee; English Club. 

"Never doubt the excellence and performance 

of what is yet to be... Resolve to keep happy 

and you shall form an invicible host against 

difficulties." Helen Keller Cheets to the Class 

of 90! Hope to see ya'll at future 

homecomings. Much love and luck to forever 

friends. Thanks to the Weavers. 

Weber, Christine M.: Occupational 

Therapy. 

OT Club; Voluteer Club; Baseball manager; 

Basketball manager; Intramural Softball; 

Aerobics Instructor Dean's List. 

I want to thank my mom for all her support 

during these fout years. I don't think I would 

have made it without her. Thanks Mom! 

Wells, Charles A.: Biology/Pre-med. 
Cross Country; Biology Club, President; 
Chemistry Club; Outdoor Club. 
Thanks Mom and Dad!! And all my family, 
your the greatest!! Buckwheat Lives!! 

Welty, Michael Lee: Mathematics. 

Pi Mu Epsilon; Inter-Varsity Christian 

Fellowship; Math Club. 

"In a rac, everyone runs, but only one person 

gets first prize. So run your race to win. To win 

the contest you must deny yourselves many 



Whelan, Tracy: Business Administration - 

Matketing. 

Elizabeth: Thank you fot being my best friend 

and always being there when I've needed you! 

Good Luck to the 1-East "flock" and the 

Annex girls- keep in touch! 

Widders, Susan R.: Business 
Administration- Matketing. 
SAM; Marketing Club; Peer Counselor; Peer 
Tutot; Orchestra; Alpha Lambda Delta. 

Wilson, Lisa M.: Social Work with a Minor 
in Music. 

Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship; Resident 
Assistant; Social Work Student Association; 
Brethren Colleges Abroad (England). 
"Always look toward the sunshine and the 
shadows will fall behind you." Foundets C-2, 
thanks for a great yeat! 

Wolbach, Jennifer A.: Psychology with a 

Minot in Sociology. 

Campus Fellowship; Psychology Club; Psi 

Chi. 

Friends are Friends forever. 

Wright, Lorinda: Biochemistry with a 
Minor in Biology. 

Cross country Team; Chemistry Club; 
Amnesty International; Tutor. 



Young, Sherice D.: Biochemistry with a 
Minor in Mathematics and Biology. 
SAACS, President; Biology Club; Black 
Student Union; Math Club; Cross Country; 
Karate Club; Physics Club; Student Senate; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon; Modern 
Language Club; Intramutal Volleyball. 



Zanecki, Tara J.: Communications. 
ECTV; Language club; Forensics; Newspaper; 
Yearbook; Inttamurals. 

Goodbye Etown!! To a group of the best 
friends a person could wish for-CC, PK, SS, 
MC, SB, JM, JD, SS, BS-the "SoCo" Crew! 
Thanks for an excellant four years! Thank you 
"M" for all your love and wisdom-thank you 
Mom I love You! Thanks Dad- I couldn't have 
made it any other way! I love You! TJZ 



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A 

Abaza, Sharif 54, 67, 202 

Abrams, Abiola 26, 66 

Acevedo, Augie 59, 98 

Ackerman, Kevin 98 

Adams, Heidi 110, 134 

Adams, Joseph C 72 

Adams, Kathy 64 

Adamucci, Denise 63 

Adelman, Joey Ill 

Agatone, Anthony 72 

Ahern, Mike 150, 151 

Ahrens, Marc 98 

Aiken, Timothy 60 

Aitala, Michelle 99, 100, 140 

Alderfer, Melanie 104 

Allen, Cara 99 

Allen, Eric 105 

Allison, Karen 107 

Alphin, Cindy Ill 

Altland, Curt 106 

Altmeyer, Cheryl 72 

Amachi, Udochi 4, 24, 57, 99 

Amatucci, Maria 110 

Anderson, Dawnmarie 108 

Anderson, Micki 104 

Andre, Michelle 64, 110 

Andrews, Bill 106 

Andrews, Bobbi 104, 134, 135 

Andrews, Michelle 107 

Anger, Karen 112 

Antonelli, Christie 72, 101 

Apple, Mindy Ill 

Applegate, Scott 106 

Arbaugh, Beth 103 

Ariza, Erik 100, 150 

Arnold, Cindy 63, 108 

Arnts, Holly 102 

Ashby, Tova 66, 112 

Atticks, Barry 43, 72, 99, 100 

Aylward, Bill 106 



B 

Babcock, Judy 72 

Baboian, Laura 109 

Bachand, Dave 103 

Bachman, Lisa 109 

Bacon, Scott 47, 68 



INDEX 

Bailey, David 72 

Bailey, Heather 69, 102 

Baisden, Jo-Anne 101 

Baker, Halley Ann 24, 72, 112 

Baker, Jen 54, 112 

Baker, Michelle 56, 60, 67, 109 

Balmer, Angie 110 

Baney, Lou 99 

Banks, Rich 106 

Banks, Steve 106 

Barbagallo, Kurt 106 

Barclay, Karen 72, 129 

Bardelli, Jodi 58, 111, 202 

Barner, Tammy 60 

Barnes, Betsy 101, 140 

Barnes, Steve 102, 156, 157 

Barnett, Gail 64, 72 

Barnett, Karen 63, 72, 108 

Barnhurst, Linda 33 

Barr, Brian 58, 101 

Barston, Susan Ill 

Barton, Judy 72, 111, 134, 135 

Basten, Marco 106 

Batcho, Beth 58, 60 

Battles, Becky 73 

Baxter, John 54, 106 

Beamer, Amy 69, 73, 108 

Beaver, Katherine 73 

Bebeault, Jen 109 

Bechtold, Tom 73 

Beckenbauer, Franz 106 

Beckley, Tracey 110 

Beckwith, Christine 73, 111 

Bedwick, Leslie 56, 111 

Bell, Denise 60, 104 

Bell, Ronnie 55, 104 

Benamati, Michelle 101 

Benner, Karen 105 

Benton, Jennifer 101, 148, 149 

Bentzel, Lori 112 

Bercaw, Sonja 69, 73, 101 

Bergstresser, Kelly ... 24, 54, 64, 67, 
73 

Bermingham, Kelly 73 

Bernosky, Chris 102 

Berry, Gretchen 35 

Betsker, Faye 100, 136 

Bhatnagar, Piyush 99, 156 

Bhuel, Jessica 107 

Bidle, Traci 134 

Biehl, Barbara 73, 103 

Billoni, Alison 69 

Billoni, Phil 61 

Bingaman, Brad 130 

Biondolillo, James 73 



Bjornstad, Sherri 100! 

Black, Jennifer 45, 56, 73, 208* 

Blackenship, Cynthia 731 

Blacksmith, Gary 102 

Blanding, Aaron 66, 144! 

Blatz, Raymond 74 

Blecker, Cindy 69, 110 

Bley, Ed 61 

Bluett, Wendy 74 

Blyler, Don 98 

Boblick, Angie 100 

Boccio, Dawn 104 

Boden, Lisa 100, 134 

Bolich, Carolyn 99 

Bombaro, Kristine 104, 134 

Borriello, Denise 74] 

Borst, Julie 104, 148 

Bossio, Joseph 102 

Boteler, Pam 74, 109, 140, 146 

Boulanger, Don 106 

Bourquin, Herve 74, 105 

Bova, Christina 74 

Bowler, Janet 109 

Bowser, Jan 110, 142, 143 

Boylan, John 105 

Boyle, Terry Ill 

Brain, Sherry 100 

Brain, Stacy 107 

Brail, Melissa 102, 140! 

Bratina, Karen 74 

Brennan, Kris 107 

Bretz, Jennifer 109 

Brewer, Dawn 30, 63, 64, 111 

Bricker, Tim 101 

Bright, Wendy 56, 110 

Brill, Amber 74 

Brocato, Ami-Jo Ill 

Brooks, Donna 59 

Brooks, Scott 59 

Brown, Jennifer 109 

Brown, Kim 99 

Brown, Rick 99 

Browne, Timothy 74 

Brubaker, Stephanie 101 

Bruglar, Brent 74, 129, 144 

Brumbaugh, Jim 99 

Bruno, Nicole 107 

Bryant, Lesley Ill, 136 

Bubaez, Missy 61, 68 

Bubnis, Mike 103 

Bucher, Christina 62 

Buck, Bill 74, 105 

Buckley, Laura 105 

Bunnick, Michael 74 



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3urgener, Marissa 108 

3urke, Andy 57, 102, 148, 149 

3urkett, Zoe 57 

3usch, Peter 130, 133, 162 

3utler, Steve 27, 75 

3utts, Karen 104 

3yers, Richard 75 

c 

Caffrey, Jackie 107 

Caggiano, Courtney 100 

■ahull, Noreen 61, 101 

Calabrese, Chris 63, 103, 105 

Caldwell, Lisa 75 

Calnon, Kathy 75, 105, 107 

Camilli, Keith 61, 138, 148 

Campanella, Scott 106 

Campbell, Sheryl 110 

Canuso, Sherry 146 

Capoferi, Stephen 75 

Cappadonna, Rick 56, 102 

Carbaugh, Beth Ann ... 75, 103, 104 

Carbaugh, Jenny 104 

Cardamone, Mary 104 

Carlson, Kelly 56, 69, 111 

Carpenter, Stephanie . . 109, 140, 141 

Carter, Danielle 75 

Case, Mary 63, 75 

Cassidy, Bob 14, 56, 58 

Caston, Jill 75 

Chantre, Mary 66 

Chapman, Christina 75 

Chatterton, Lynn 107 

Chew, Kim 107 

Childs, Sandy 108 

Cholewa, Laurie Ill 

Christopher, Jud 101 

Clark, Andrea 57, 75, 110 

Clarkin, Liz 112 

Clayton, Dawn 64, 136 

Clocker, Casi 104 

Coates, Jen 100 

Cochran, Mary Beth 75, 134, 135 

Colangelo, Vita Grace 64, 76 

Colavita, Angelo 105 

Cole, Jill 108 

Cole, Sarah 108 

Colella, Paul 130 

Coll, Melissa 58, 108 

Collela, Paul 98 

Collette, Kristin 107 

Collier, Bridgette 109 

Compton, Beth 11, 24 



Compton, Randy 76 

Conary, Scott 27, 76 

Conner, Michelle 76 

Connolley, Cathryn 54, 76 

Connolley, Dan 55 

Cooper, Cathy 136 

Cooper, David 76 

Coran, Jeff 130, 162 

Corbin, Colleen 76 

Coucoulas, Andrea 134 

Courpas, Chris HO 

Craddock, Kim 101 

Crane, Tracy 76, 105 

Craven, Dotty 104, 136 

Crozier, Kim 105 

Cummings, Kristen 76 

Curtis, Kami H2 

Curtis, Sharon 100 

Curtis, Virgina 76 

Cushman, Mandy 67, 108 

Cvrkel, Karen HI 

Czetti, Elissa 68, 107 



D 

D'Adderio, Phil 130 

Dalton, Melissa HI 

Davis, Jen 54, 67 

Davis, Jonathan ... 45, 76, 130, 133, 
208 

Davis, Keri 100 

Davis, Melissa 76 

Dean, Liz 109 

DeAngelis, Frank 100 

DeAngelis, Michelle 104 

DeCheubell, Janine HI 

Deck, Mike 77, 130 

DeFilippo, Marianne 63, 110 

Degler, Michelle . . 24, 54, 63, 67, 108 

Delastlas, Maritess 104 

DelNegro, Lisa HO 

Delong, Betsy 62 

Delong, Pricillia Sue ...... 62, 65, 77 

Delozier, Dane 150 

Delviscio, Eric 100 

Demby, Ron 66, 68, 99 

Denlinger, Joe 148 

Depinto, Richard 77 

Depoe, Craig 77 

Desmond, Stacy 77 

DeStephano, Jeff 99 

Deveney, Michelle D 42, 55, 77, 

112 
Dewald, Kristin 108, 134 



DeWolfe, Heather HO 

Dianno, Lisa 105 

Diaz, Pam HI 

Dickerson, Delphie 64, 77 

Dickinson, Kim 57, 102 

Didyk, Jim 106, 160 

Diefendorf, Kim 56 

Diehl, Denise 109 

Digwood, Jeanette 99 

DiMarco, Danielle 109, 134 

Dodge, Tyffini 77 

Doerr, Pam 101 

Dolan, Alicia 102 

Donecker, Greg 67 

Dorman, Denise 112 

Dorrell, Dana 104 

Dotts, Tammy 55, 105 

Dougherty, Colleen 56, 10C 

Douglas, Amy 109 

Douglas, Ann 68, 77, 108 

Douglas, Jim 77, 138 

Doyle, Chad 102 

Doyle, Elizabeth 109 

Druck, Benn 150, 151 

Dubots, Micki 67, 205 

Duchesne, Nick 156 

Duerr, Aimee HO 

Dufault, Mike 67, 106 

Duff, Sharon 58, 109 

Duffy, Matt 144, 145 

Dunmeyer, Nancy ... 104, 142, 143 

Dunn, James 103 

Dwyer, Jeff 98 



E 

Ebersole, Mark 62, 99, 100 

Eckenroth, Donna 77 

Eckerson, Elizabeth 77 

Edwards, Jane 101 

Ehret, Colleen 103 

Eidemiller, Marsha Sue .69,78,110 

Embon, Michele 78, 99, 101 

Enright, Karen 56, 109 

Esh, Monica 13, 24, 67, 78, 136 

Esworthy, Scott 98 

Etgen, Alicia H2 

Etter, Amy 60, 63, 105 

Etter, Andy 103 

Ettl, Meaghan HI 

Evans, Lisa H2 

Eyster, Katherine C 78 



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F 

Fallen, Julie 78 

Farkas, Jamie 60, 104, 140 

Faulkner, Stephanie 101 

Faust, Gail 104 

Faux, Cindy 111,203 

Fenstermacher, Amelyn 78, 109 

Feola, Angela 202 

Ferrari, Maureen 101 

Ferraro, Melanie 64, 67, 78 

Ferro, Danielle 99 

Ferzetti, Sue 102 

Fidler, Jen 56, 101 

Fieldhouse, Madeline 102 

Fielding, Keri 109 

Fies, Kimberly 69, 78 

Fincke, Derek 106, 156 

Findlay, Alice 110 

Fink, Amy 56 

Finlan, Tim 106 

Fiola, Michael 21, 78 

Fisher, Allison 99 

Fisher, Margaret 78, 100 

Fitz, Vanessa 78, 142 

Fleisher, Alysia 109 

Fleishman, Karla 43, 63, 78, 103 

Fletcher, Beth 110 

Florin, Heather 60, 101 

Fluck, Chris 79, 152 

Flynn, Beth 37, 79 

Ford, Nicole 102 

Foster, Emily 101 

Fouchet, Lisa Ill 

Fox, Sherri 79, 104 

Fox, Sue 112, 142 

Frain, Debbie 101 

Francis, Jeff 55 

Francis, Leigh 68 

Frank, Heather ... 60, 108, 148, 149 

Frank, Tisha 105 

Frantz, Diana 69, 79 

Freese, Kerry 110 

Frey, Rena Ill 

Friedmann, Bill 98 

Fritzinger, Chris 107 

Fritzinger, Chrissy 142 

Fryer, Karen 108 



Gale, Phil 103, 144 

Gallagher, Sean 99, 148 

Gallo, Carla 102 

Gandy, April 59, 68, 100 

Garabrant, Christine 109 

Garber, Joseph 79 

Garlic, Nona 107 

Garner, Holly 61 

Garrison, Sandy 63, 107 

Gartner, Deb 63, 79 

Gates, Weezy 107 

Gaukler, Beth 108, 148 

Gavaletz, Becca 107 

Gebhardt, Tim 58, 100 

Gee, Douglas 79 

Geistwhite, Betsy 99 

George, Karen 101 

Georgelis, Bill 101 

Gerber, Timothy 79 

Gerhart, Lisa 69, 110 

Germond, Denise 62, 66, 107 

Gerst, Kerri 104 

Gibson, Claire 79 

Gibson, Francis 79 

Gibson, Stephanie 56, 68, 100 

Gieniec, Jennifer 108 

Gift, Deena 63, 79 

Giggey, Dana 63, 100 

Gilbert, Sharon 79 

Gills, Amy 99 

Glanville, Jim 156 

Glaser, Sally 64 

Glynn, Jen 54, 56, 104, 136, 148 

Godfrey, Missy 110 

Gontar, Jen Ill 

Gonzalez, Jon 54, 67, 106, 149 

Good, Lori 61, 65, 80 

Goodman, Erin 109 

Gorman, Jennifer 109 

Gorman, Reid 144 

Gotlewski, Amy 59, 80] 111 

Gould, James 100 

Graf, Frank 99 

Grasso, Tammy 108 

Gray, Larry 105 

Graybill, Rick 67, 69, 203 

Gree, Doug 98 

Green, Jen 58, 108 

Greener, Jocelyn 107, 136 

Greentree, Jen 100 

Greger, Laura 56, 101 

Greiner, Chuck 99 

Griest, Molly 104 

Grim, Jen 63, 80 

Grimm, Marcus 54, 67, 99, 138, 

139 
Groh, Mitchell 98 



Gross, Gretchen 104 

Grossman, Marci 107, 146, 147 

Grover, Crystal 104 

Grubb, Angie 60, 100 

Gryckiewicz, Jen 108, 134 

Gryezko, Margaret 110) 

Guarante, Nick 103 

Guear, Chris 80, 98 

Gunther, Jen 136 

Guthrie, Melinda 110 

Gwynne, Brian 60, 106 



H 

Habecker, Scott 160 

Habingreither, Gwyn 109 

Hachenberg, Stacy 109 

Hackelt, Charles 101 

Hackenberg, Stephanie .... 107, 136 

Haghdost, Navid 14, 99 

Haldeman, Karen 101 

Hale, Christina 80 

Halenda, Lori 101 

Hall, Jeff 34 

Hall, Jenny 110 

Hall, Kim 101 

Hall, Sheila 

Hamilton, Tara 102, 142 

Hammacker, Ken 100 

Hancock, Dave 100 

Handel, Laura 101 

Hansbury, Jim 106, 160 

Harris, Nicole 80 

Harris, Susan 80 

Hassinger, Brad 80, 152 

Hassold, Maragaret 80 

Hatter, Renee 60, 109 

Hauer, Heather 101 

Hausner, Heidi 80 

Haverstein, Tobie 56, 109 

Heath, Anthony 80 

Hecker, Tom 100 

Heckler, Harry 29 

Heckman, Ben 56, 103 

Hefner, Julie 63, 101 

Heiser, Julie 58 

Heiser, Mindy 107 

Helms, Dave 61, 98 

Helsel, Scott 67, 138 

Hendrie, Deirdre 107, 146, 147 

Hennen, Linda 101, 142 

Henry, Eileen 101 

Hensinger, Kathy 99, 134 

Hepburn, Laurie 81 



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Hepfer, Jim 81, 129, 144 

jHerbert, Laurie 107 

[Herbert, Lori 158 

Herman, Amy . 3,24,54,56,58,65, 
111 

Herpich, Cortney 104 

iHerr, Steve 106 

Herring, LaShondra 66 

Herron, Terry 106 

Hershberger, Tammy 56, 101 

Hess, Erik 106 

Hess, Monica 61 

Hessenhauer, Meghan 136 

Hester, Jen 104 

Hester, Paul 98 

Higgins, Stacy 108 

Hill, Christopher 81 

Hilliar, Holly 81, 142 

Himes, Angela 81 

Hinkle, Kevin 101 

Hodgson, Mark 102 

Hoffer, Carol 61 

Hoffman, Angela 61 

Hoffman, Chad 106 

Hoffman, Jen 108 

Hoffman, Kim 100 

Hogan, Grace 107 

Holby, Brian 106 

Holcroft, Steve 130, 148, 149 

Holdren, Mike 55 

Holler, Jay 81, 99 

Holm, Jonathon 106 

Holmes, Chris 98 

Hooker, Debbie 109 

Hooker, Myra 81 

Horner, Shelie 81 

Hosier, Kristen 81, 103 

Hotko, Danielle 108 

Houtz, Bonita 69, 81 

Howell, Ray 98 

Hubler, Jennifer 59, 101 

Hubley, Stacy 59, 100 

Hudock, Susan 81 

Hudson, Bill 102 

Huff, Lee 106 

Huggins, Pat 156 

Hull, Jenny 63 

Humphrey, Monica 104 

Hunter, Lisa 110 

Hurlay, Matt 150 

Hurst, Scott 105 

Hutchinson, Suzette 63, 81 

Hyde, Amy 134 



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Innerst, Dana 146 

Innerst, Julie 101 

Ireland, Linda 105 

Irish, Pamela 82 

Irlbacher, Kelly 100 

Irwin, Steven 82 

Isabella, Julie 54 

Ives, Stacy 56, 107 



J 

Jackowski, Jennifer 107 

Jackowski, Leslie 107 

Jackson, Charisse 99 

Jackson, Debbie 110, 111 

Jacob, Ken 106 

Jacobs, Renee 107 

Jacobs, Wendy 63, 111 

Jacoby, Diane 68, 82 

James, Jacky 67 

Jannotti, Maria 107 

Jeffries, Jeff 100 

Jenkins, Jay 106 

Jenkins, Matt 98 

Jetter, Chip 106, 130 

Johns, Steve 102 

Johnson, Alan 101 

Johnson, Ed 66 

Johnson, Kim 69, 82, 111 

Johnson, Linda 82 

Johnson, Sabrina 101, 136 

Johnson, Talitha 26, 66, 99 

Johnson, Tayna 100 

Johnstone, Michael 60, 102 

Johson, Ed 106 

Jones, Elayne 104 

Jones, Ellen 110 

Jones, Jen 134 

oones, Tim ' 130, 132 

Jordan, Marion 109 

Jud, Sue 104 

Jurasinski, Christine 82, 105 



K 



Kain, Stacy Ill 

Kaiser, Kathy 56, 107 

Karli, Dave 144 

Karns, Melanie 60 

Karrer, Sue 101 

Kasper, Laurie 6, 111, 134 

Katterman, Jill 107 

Keba, Lawrence 82 

Keeney, Starlene 60, 63, 110 

Kellogg, Kirsten 102 

Kelly, Colleen 104 

Kelly, Karen 60, 66 

Kemberling, Melissa 82 

Kemper, Sheri 69, 82 

Kern, Carl 82 

Kiani, Elizabeth 82 

Kieffer, Kris 56, 82 

Kimball, Tayna 99, 100 

Kindon, Matt 105 

King, Matt 150 

Kipp, Diane 104 

Kirkwood, Jason 98, 130 

Kissel, Jonathan 83 

Kiwak, Tracy 102 

Kleinsteuber, Ellen 60, 111 

Kline, Amy 101, 136 

Kline, Gary 83, 101 

Kling, Kimberly 61 

Kling, Scott 83 

Klun, Kristi 58 

Knorr, Dana 109 

Knowles, Jamie 103 

Koch, Jen 100 

Koerber, Fred 83 

Kolo, Linda 101 

Kostick, Heather 101 

Kozey, Sharon 63, 111 

Kozimor, Michele 109 

Kramer, Tonya 107, 146 

Krasowski, Judy 83 

Krause, Debra 108 

Kreider, Holly 62, 111 

Kreider, Sue 146 

Kreiser, Travis 61 

Krentma, Jessica 112 

Krufka, Kate 107 

Krum, Leslie 108 

Kucks, Melissa 56, 104, 134, 135 

Kukula, Christina 83 

Kunkle, Patricia 63, 83 

Kurczewski, Michele 25, 110 

Kurtz, Chris 98 

Kurtz, Rachel 110 

Kurzawa, Matt 83, 98 

Kuspa, Angela 109, 134 



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187 



L 

Laganella, Vinnie 58 

Lake, Brian 106, 130, 160, 161 

Lambert, Marianne 59, 111 

Lambrecht, Amy 110 

Lander, Stephanie 105 

Landis, Karen 83, 100 

Landis, Mark 105 

Langdon, Angie 110 

Lantz, Sara 83 

LaPorte, Lisa 107 

Lapp, Lorie 83 

Large, Denise 103 

Laricks, Dana 67, 68, 83, 111 

LaRossa, Ernie 4, 99 

Larricks, Dana 8 

Latzo, Tara 101, 142 

Laughlin, Jeff 63, 163 

LaVare, Jodie 107 

Lawler, Heather Ill 

Lazuka, Tanya 60, 63, 67, 111 

Ledbetter, Janet 84 

Lederer, Kristi 84, 112 

Lee, Jenn 108 

Lee, Lance 106 

Lees, Corie 47, 54, 64, 84 

Lefever, Dwight 98 

Legrady, Pete 84, 98 

Lehman, Deb 62, 67, 68, 84, 105 

Lehman, Laurie 100 

Lehn, Laura 104 

Leib, Kevin 105 

Leister, Scott 98 

Lemma, Brian 99, 138 

Lenig, Michelle 104 

Lennon, Michelle 84, 103 

Lenskold, Kirsten 84, 110, 111 

Lepold, Dennis 106 

Lerch, John 100 

Lesh, Jayne 59, 63, 111 

Levan, Pam 109, 146 

Libby, Brian 105 

Lichtenwalner, Aaron 106 

Ligenza, Chris 58 

Links, Cindy 68, 109 

Litmann, Mark 99 

Little, Beth 110 

Little, Missy 67, 68, 112, 204 

Lloyd, Gary 106, 150 

Long, Dayna 62, 84 

Long, Julie 84 

Loos, Bill 69, 84, 100 

Loose, Ann 67, 68, 111, 198 

Lopez, Dave 106 



Lorelli, Dave 106 

Loughlin, Jeffrey 84 

Lusch, Gretchen 101, 148, 149 

Lutz, Amy Jo 104 

Lweinger, Andrea 108 

Lyons, Stephen 84 

M 

Macken, Heather 85 

Mackowski, Matt 98 

Maclay, Nate 106 

Macomber, Andrew 102 

Maguire, Megan 104 

Maikey, Missy 109 

Malin, Anne 99, 136, 148 

Mallett, Cindy 101 

Manley, Sharon 112 

Maquire, Megan 56 

March, Wendy 58 

Marcocci, Lisa 85, 110 

Mardona, Diego 106 

Margolin, Rebecca 112 

Markle, Beth 59, 111 

Marks, Ric 144 

Martel, Kathleen 60, 85 

Martin, Chris 98, 144 

Martin, Jeanette 59, 65, 85, 110 

Martin, Robbie 3 

Martin, Robbie . . . 105, 106, 130, 131 

Martins, Karen 56, 104 

Martzell, Rod 99 

Mason, Jeffrey 85 

Mason, Penny 112 

Mason, Robert 85 

Massey, Jennifer 104 

Mastrangelo, Krista 104 

Mateer, Kristin 109 

Matejicka, Colleen 58, 108 

Mathews, Jonathan 85 

Matlack, Terry 134 

Matlock, Kimberly 109 

Matthew, Wendy 104 

Matthews, Leslie 85 

Maxton, Angela Ill 

Maxwell, Oden 98 

Mayer, Wendy 104 

Mazurkevich, Krista 112 

McCann, Susan 110 

McCarron, Matt 99 

McClain, R. T 58, 98, 110, 111 

McClain, Tonya 200 

McClay, Nate 150 

McColgan, Sandra 58 



McConnell, Lisa 104 

McCoul, Dave 150 

McCune, Mike 99 

McDonald, Lisa 108 

McErlean, Carol 108 

McEwen, Paula 107 

McGay, Chris 60, 63, 108 

McGinnis, Michael 58, 103 

McGlaughlin, Tim 130 

McGonigle, James 85 

McGowan, Kellie 99, 102 

McGuire, Bridey 105 

McGuire, Jeremy 105 

McHarness, Cyndi 111,134 

McHose, Cathy 68 

McHoul, David 85, 108 

McKenzie, Tim 58, 206 

McLanahan, Dawn Megan 85 

McNaught, Sherry 57, 85 

Menzo, Gina 30, 1 1 1 

Merkel, Josette 86 

Merrifield, Doug 61 

Metcalf, Susan 42, 86 

Meyer, Mark 99 

Meyers, Elizabeth 86 

Michener, Amy 105, 107, 142 

Micklitz, Jeff 99 

Mifflin, Brittany 112 

Mikiletz, Jeff 150 

Miller, Anne 54, 67, 99 

Miller, Chris 63 

Miller, Janet 65, 86 

Miller, Jen 25, 86, 112 

Miller, Leana 86 

Miller, Penny 56, 68, 100 

Miller, Rosemary 112 

Miller, Tom 99, 138 

Mink, Dan 98 

Misiolek, Sue 110 

Mitchell, Melissa 108 

Mitchner, Amy 143 

Mitschang, Susan 142 

Mlkvy, Kerri 108 

Moberg, Eric 86 

Modres, Jeannine 112 

Mohr, Anne Marie 107 

Mondeaux, Mike 98, 130 

Monis, Kristin 63 

Monsell, Mike 106 

Moore, Barbi 110 

Moore, Dave 106 

Moore, Mark 98 

Morgan, Chris . . . 105, 130, 131, 133 

Morganti, Steve 86, 98 

Morin, Jen 59, 105, 112 

Morris, Kristin 107 



188 



Mott, Bob 100 

Moyer, Jaci 101 

Moyer, Vicky Ill 

Muir, James 86 

[Muller, Chris 109 

Munroe, Brenda Ill 

Murray, Amy 100 

Murray, Bill 106 

Mushchick, Paul 98 

Musselman, Michelle 64, 86 

Musser, Jeffrey R 86 

I Musser, Traci 108 

j Myers, Cheryl 59 

Myers, Crystal 68, 109 

Myers, Diane 86 

Myers, Eric 105 



JV 

Napoli, Rob 98 

Naradko, Debbie 110, 111 

Neary, Michele 102 

Neely, Missy 68, 107 

Neidig, Gregory 87 

Neiheiser, Joel 98 

Neiser, Joel 87 

Ness, Lisa Van 60 

Ney, Michael 87 

Nguyen, Tuandung 87 

Nichols, Laura 110 

Nissley, Kristin 56, 64, 110 

Nix, Herb 54, 56, 57, 67, 68, 99 

Noble, Amy 102 

Noll, Tami 107 

Nord, Karin Ill 

Norris, Brenda 68, 107 

Nothwang, Heather 22, 63 

Nye, Nicole 107 



o 

O'Brien, Kimberly 87 

O'Brien, Mary-Kate 109 

O'Conner, Jean 87 

O'Donnell, Eileen 68, 107 

Oberst, Terry 59, 100 

Obuhanick, Miki 110 

Oehme, Michele 68, 111 

Olsen, Mark 100 

Oswald, Brenda 107 

Owensby, Diane 101 



P 

Padula, Matt 106 

Papeika, Michelle HI 

Parker, Dave 61 

Parkes, Helen 107, 134 

Parry, Heather 109 

Parton, Chere 107 

Patel, Ravi 100 

Patey, Mark 59, 103 

Patton, Christina 56, 108 

Patton, Paula 109 

Paules, Eric 56, 98 

Paxson, Katie 56, 63, 101 

Pearce, Sue HO 

Peck, Kim 63, 87, 103 

Pedersen, Beth 87 

Pedrick, Alison 104 

Peluse, Jeff 59, 67, 87, 100 

Perilli, Anthony 87 

Perilli, Elissa HI 

Perry, Heidi 99 

Perry, Pam 112 

Peterhaensel, Erin 112 

Peterson, Steph 65, 67, 87 

Peterson, Steve 150 

Petty, Cheryl 109 

Petulla, Kristin 87 

Phillips, Barry 63, 100 

Phillips, Laura 101 

Phillips, Tish 99 

Pickering, Glenn 88, 138, 139 

Pinand, Dawn 107 

Pisapia, Joseph 88 

Pitus, Kristen 104 

Pizza, Ken 59, 98 

Poirel, Alex 102 

Poley, Jason 106 

Pollak, Maria 12, 63, 103 

Poole, Tiffany 63, 109 

Poore, Allison 101 

Portser, Troy 144 

Postens, Tara 101 

Pott, Glenn 61 

Potter, Wendy 110 

Powell, llsa 88 

Powers, Kimi 107 

Powley, Toby 103 

Pratzner, Mark 88, 130 

Prem, Gary 138 

Preston, Brett 56, 58, 103 

Puhalla, Eve 104 

Puppala, Sujatha 56, 111 

Putnam, Jen Ill 

Putt, Terry 98 



R 

Rahn, Tina 104 

Raine, Tracy 54, 67 

Rainey, Sue 62, 66 

Ramsay, Karen Ill 

Rapp, Marty 106 

Rath, Peter 130, 133 

Ravenscroft, James 98 

Readinger, Rebecca 110 

Reed, Elizabeth 105 

Reed, Kimberly 21, 88 

Reed, Susan 110 

Reeh, Pam 101 

Rehling, Wendy 63, 104 

Reigart, Judy 107, 142 

Reinbold, Eric 100 

Reiner, Michelle 109 

Reistle, Jill HO 

Renner, Chrissy 100 

Renniger, Bill 98 

Renninger, Brian 106, 148 

Renninger, Jarrod 88, 144 

Reynolds, Doug 102 

Rhile, Barb 104, 140 

Rhoades, Beth 63, 108 

Riccardi, Suzanne 108 

Rich, David 100 

Richards, Amy 56, 111 

Richardson, Donna 107 

Ricketts, Robin 25, 69, 110 

Ridenhour, Bill 100 

Rieck, Amy 108 

Riegel, Kara 107 

Riggs, Mike 102 

Riley, Jennifer .. 60,62,68,104,111 

Rinaldi, Gisele 56, 107 

Roberts, Kathy HO 

Robertson, Linda 88 

Robin, Melanie Ill 

Robinson, Linda 103, 104 

Roche, Tom 98 

Rockey, David 88 

Rodriguez, Diane 88 

Rogers, Cindy 59, 63, 111 

Rogers, Kelly 88 

Roscoe, Christopher 60 

Rosenberry, Angie 102 

Ross, Ashley HO 

Rough, Kevin 99 

Roughgarden, Andy 102 

Rouiller, Danielle 108 

Rovito, Daniel 88 

Rowe, Craig 61 

Rowe, Sean 98, 156, 157 



189 



Rowley, Jeff . . . « 63 

Royer, Timna 104 

Rudakevich, Myra 99 

Ruffner, Kim 104 

Runge, Becky 88, 110, 136 

Russo, Barbara 56, 104 

Russo, Maria 108 



s 

Sadler, Steven 89 

Saienni, Rob 61, 106 

Salmon, Amy 104, 134 

Salva, Beth 107 

Salvador, Debra 112 

Samso, David 105 

Sand, Matthew 60 

Sandford, Mandy 108 

Sandrock, Dave 105, 160 

Santomanro, Jennifer 107 

Santore, Karen 104, 142 

Saric, Dennis 98 

Saric, Neda 89 

Saulle, Rick 98 

Savare, Katy 104 

Sawyer, Bill 106 

Scaricaciottol, Dan 89 

Scarpino, Kris 107 

Scattergood, Katie 109 

Schaeberle, Mike 58, 103 

Scharr, Donna 104, 140, 141 

Scharr, Mark 98, 138, 139 

Scheidel, Becky 63 

Schell, Elizabeth 101, 148 

Schemick, Carolyn 107 

Schiavoni, Jacqueline 146 

Schiedt, Liz 101 

Schlegel, David 106 

Schneider, Paul 89 

Schneider, Tom 61, 69 

Schodowski, Cecilia . . 60, 63, 65, 89, 
141 

Schoman, Kevin Grant 68 

Schooley, Tammie 89 

Schoonmaker, Holly 89 

Schramm, Mary 12, 59, 63, 111 

Schtoll, Julie 148 

Schultz, Terri 109, 134 

Schumaker, Tony 106 

Schuman, Kevin 98 

Schwatka, Jennifer 107 

Scirea, Gartano 106 

Scrignoli, Joe 99 

Sechler, Chris 59, 89 



Seidenstricker, Jay 89 

Seidl, Linda 57 

Seifrit, David 58, 105 

Seiler, Marci 62 

Semion, Kelli 104 

Sensenich, Steven 89, 98 

Severt, Robert 102 

Sewell, Vivian 107 

Shafer, Debbie 109 

Shaffer, Sherri 110, 199 

Shamonsky, Nancy 89 

Sharp, Greg 61, 89 

Shartle, Stefanie 90 

Shaughnessy, Moria 55, 107 

Shaw, Debbie 104 

Sheaffer, Amy 103 

Sheffield, Diane 90, 1 1 1 

Sherman, Suzanne 108 

Shin, Angela 60, 109 

Shively, Jon 42, 43, 62, 90 

Shoemaker, Abbey 110 

Shoemaker, Carla 101, 158 

Shuck, Scott 105 

Shue, Jessica 101, 136, 208 

Shue, Susie 37, 90, 136 

Shufelt, Judy 102 

Shupp, Bonnie 69, 111 

Sibert, Deanna 90 

Siekierka, Carol 107 

Sielski, April 108 

Simmons, Matt 54, 67, 102, 138 

Simon, Andrea 6, 68, 111 

Sinay, Rachel 108 

Singletary, Tyson 144 

Sinno, Beth 56 

Sisilli, Diana 109 

Skiles, Keir 105 

Skilton, Jennifer 109 

Skotleski, Jerry 61, 90 

Skovran, Janeen 102 

Slavin, Kerri 24, 107 

Slazinski, Kelly 99 

Slozer, Sue Ill 

Smathers, Cassandra 101 

Smith, Aaron 106 

Smith, Alison 101 

Smith, Amy 90 

Smith, Edward 90, 108 

Smith, Eric 130 

Smith, Jennifer 101 

Smith, Sharon 110 

Smith, Suzanne 90 

Smith, William 68 

Snelick, Laura 61 

Snyder, Melissa 60 

Snyder, Missy 110, 142 



Snyder, Susan 60, 103 

Sohn, Jeanette 56, 112 

Spofford, Lisa 63, 109 

Sprankle, Jill 100 

Spurgeon, Steve 99 

Standbridge, Susan 104 

Stanert, Bruce 7, 90, 130, 132 

Starace, Trisha 61 

Steeley, Michelle 104, 140 

Steiner, Jack 138, 150 

Stenger, Scott 130, 131 

Steuber, Sarah 58, 101 

Stevens, Leah 56, 61, 107 

Stiles, Noelle 69, 108 

Stiner, Jack 100 

Stitley, Julie 64 

Stitzel, Amy 90 

Stoehr, Julie 112 

Stoll, Sherri 112, 148 

Story, Karen 107 

Stouffer, Rhonda 108 

Strauss, Elizabeth 104 

Strayer, Kelly 58, 61, 110 

Strieker, Amy 107, 136 

Stringas, Cindy 61, 91, 111 

Strobel, Scott 91 

Stuaffer, Phil 206 

Stubbe, Carolyn 110 

Stuckey, Mary Jo 58 

Suozzo, Tony 130 

Susko, Joanne 91, 100 

Sutphen, Lauren 108 

Sutphin, Rhonda 136 

Sutterfield, Dennis 130 

Swanson, Stephanie 55, 91 

Synder, Melissa 90 

Syrnick, Gen 59, 100 

Szymanski, Marie 109 



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Tait, Ashley 112 

Talarico, Michael 105 

Talley, Frances 91 

Tallman, Brandie .... 24, 54, 67, 104 

Taranto, Diane 108 

Tarsi, Lisa 107 

Taylor, Karen 91 

Taylor, Stephanie 60, 111, 146 

Teer, Deborah 91 

Temple, Mary Beth 63, 91 

Tencza, Joe 91, 130 

Teoli, Steph 150 

Thomas, Carol 63, 68, 91 



Thomas, Derik 91 

Thomas, Douglas 91 

Thomas, Virginia 92 

Thompson, Jeff . . 3, 56, 58, 101, 200 

Thompson, Lynn 92 

Thompson, Megan 101 

Thorton, Andrea 104, 158 

Thrailkill, Sharon 146 

Tiefenthaler, Donna 134 

Tillman, Trina 60, 107 

Todd, Sue 33, 59 

Tomasino, Brian 92 

Trala, Patty 56, 109 

Travas, Allison 105 

Treaster, Tricia 104 

Tregaskis, Diane 67, 110 

Tressler, Sue 59, 110 

Trexler, Amy Ill 

Trimble, Scott 99, 138 

Tu, Allihn 56, 107 

Tucker, Mara 109 

Tufarolo, Karyn 56, 108 

Tullio, Carolyn 63 

Turnball, Stephanie 101 

Turner, Mark ? 105 

Tyson, Todd 102 



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Uibel, Matthew 92 

Underkoffler, Teresa 63 

Unger, Matt 98 

Urich, Ron 98, 144 

Ushler, Bill 98 



V 

Valentine, Angie 110 

Vanaman, Diane 92, 104 

VanNess, Elizabeth 92 

Vannucci, Karen 37, 54, 67, 92 

Varano, Tracy 104 

Varner, Shane 98 

Varrato, Jay 130, 133 

Vasel, Gina Ill 

Vincent, Christine 60, 108 

Vondercrone, Linda 107 



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Wabby, Brenda Ill 

Wagner, Andrea 104 

Wagner, Becky 59, 63, 110 

Waite, Shirley 92 

Walcher, Susan 109 

Walker, Brenda 110, 158 

Walker, Dan 101 

Walker, Melinda 35, 92 

Walker, Wheeler 163 

Walmsley, Jeff 105 

Walsh, Pat 106, 130 

Walter, Jen 101 

Walton, Alice 92, 104 

Walton, Ken 92, 105, 144 

Wareham, Gregg 25, 59, 64 

Warfel, Faith 56, 1 1 1 

Warren, Sandy 110 

Waters, George 92, 98 

Watson, Bob 93, 98 

Wauhop, Brian 106 

Wayne, Ronda 101 

Wdyniak, Rebecca 56 

Weaver, Leslie 61, 93 

Weaver, Mandy 24, 93, 109 

Weber, Christine 93 

Weidner, Anne 101 

Weis, Pat 130 

Weller, Kim 60, 103 

Wells, Charles 93, 138 

Wells, Doug 61 

Welsh, Kathleen 110 

Welty, Michael 93 

Wence, Ron 105 

Wenzel, Michelle 93 

Westerfield, Sue 107 

Wetzel, Melissa 93 

Weyandt, Mike 130 

Whallon, Heidi 93 

Whelan, Tracy 93 

White, James White 93 

Wickersham, Beth 100 

Widders, Susan 93 

Wiedeman, Lisa 56, 110 

Wiedman, Jodi 158, 159 

Wiessner, Gina 60, 101 

Wigglesworth, Ellen Ill, 136 

Wiles, Barry 31, 98, 138 

Wiles, Dale 94 

Wilke, Dave 101 

Wilkins, Lori 100 

Williams, Bonnie 104 

Williams, Chris 100, 156 

Williams, Deborah 60 

Williams, Mark 100 

Willison, Barbara 104 

Willison, Steve 106 



Wilson, Amy 101 

Wilson, Deb 101, 140 

Wilson, Kara 104 

Wilson, Lisa 63, 94, 99, 101 

Wineberg, Jen 56, 110 

Witherup, Laurilyn 101 

Wolbach, Jenny 60, 94 

Wolf, Pamela 68, 109 

Wolff, Holly 99 

Wolfgang, Michele 56, 110 

Wolinsky, Reid 106 

Woltman, Ruth Ill, 146 

Wolyniak, Rebecca 112 

Womer, Stacy 110 

Woodeshick, Karen 59, 111 

Woodfield, Missy 56, 110 

Worley, Staci 109 

Wosiski, Krista 104 

Wright, Janella 107 

Wright, Lorinda 58, 94, 103 

Wright, Stephanie 101 

Wuldrerk, Holly 100 

Wyman, Jen 102 

Wysocki, Thomas 94 

Y 

Yator, William 94, 98 

Yingung, Ginger 104 

Young, Melissa 104 

Young, Sean 55 

Young, Sherice 58, 66, 94, 140 

Younger, Liz 23, 107 

Yutzler, Gretchen 108 



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Zablotney, Marsha 60, 99, 103 

Zakis, Christy 60, 110 

Zanecki, Tara 94 

Zeger, Kirk 102 

Zeigler, Renee 108 

Zeoli, Denise 109 

Zerbe, Jen 105, 136 

Ziegler, Dale 55, 56, 103 

Zimmerman, Heather 107 

Zimmerman, Karen 110 

Zimmerman, Tracy 105 



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Our Dearest Suzette, 
We are proud of you and all that you 
have done. Always be as beautiful as you 
are today in everything you do. May 
God bless you and keep you. 



With all Our Love, 

Mom, Dad, Anne, Tom, Riggins, Brandy and Daisy 



Dear Mandy (E-Town '90), 

Best wishes for a lifetime of fulfillment and happiness. 

All our love and pride, 

Mother, Dad (E-Town '68), Jocie, and Brad 



The following wish Stephen Butler well: 



Cathy Pacific 


Gaetano's 


United Airlines 


Subaru 


Four Seasons Hotels 


AT&T 


Virgin Atlantic 


Morton's 


British Airways 


Fidelity Bank 


The Lowndes Hotel 


Turkey Hill 


E-town Book Store 


Domino's 


Mom and Dad 


The Jay's Nest 



Megan, 

We are proud of all that you have accomplished. 

WE LOVE YOU!! 

Mom and Dad 



To Sue DeLong, 

Congratulations! This is a dream come true for us, as 

well as for you. 

With great pride and much love, 

Mom and Dad 



Debbie: 

Whenever we see rainbows and moonlight, hear music 
and laughter, feel love and kindness, experience hap- 
piness and joy, observe gentleness and sensitivity, find 
fairness and loyalty, remember an act of generosity and 
thoughtfulness-we think of you. 
Love Mom, Dad, and Richard 



Dear Amy, 

You've Finally reached your special year, 

we want you to know we're proud of you dear, 

you've always worked hard we all agree 

and soon you'll be a licensed O.T. 

Love Mom and Dad 




HOME RUN!! 

Congratulations 

David 



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Congratulations, Kelly! 

We're very proud of you. 

Love Mom and Dad 



We love you "Cheeky" 
Love Mom and Dad 



Congratulations 
BETH FLYNN 
From a little girl with pony tails 
To the graduate going out into the world 
Best wishes for success in all you do 
You have made us very proud of you! 






ALL 
OUR 
LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Michael and 
"Toby" 



Claire, 

We wish you joy, happiness and success in reaching your 

dreams and goals. So, to you and all the graduates from 

Green Gables....GO FOR IT! 

Love Mom and Dad 



Dear Joe, 

Congratulations to our favorite goal keeper! You are and 

always will be #1 with us. 

Love Dad, Mom, Laura, Walter and David 




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To Deb our daughter, who has always been nothing but 

pure joy and happiness. 

We want to say we love you with all our heart and are 

very proud of all the accomplishments you have and 

continue to achieve. We are so very proud of the woman 

you have become and know you will be the woman of 

the future. 

The world is waiting for someone like you to make it a 

better place to live. 

All ou love Mom and Dad 



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Doug, 

We've shared good times and bad, 
happy times and sad and the end 
result has made us all very glad. 

■■P—^ 1 Remember.. "There are no endings 
^■k 1 only beginnings" 

1 Love Mom and Dad 


Michael, Congratulations! We are very proud of you! We 
wish you much happiness and love and we hope all your 
dreams come true! Mom and Dad 


David McHoul, 

Over the last four years we have watched you mature 
into a responsible adult and today our hearts are burst- 
ing with pride and love. 

As you graduate, our wish is that you live a well rounded 
life of work, play and laughter pausing to enjoy those 
pleasures along the way. In life, like in wrestling, play 
fair, and follow the rules! 
Love Mom and Dad 










!Xfv 


Bill Loos 
Congratulations and best 
wishes in all your future 
endeavors. 
Love Mom and Dad 


Craig, 

Thanks for a lifetime of pride and joy. Always stay just 

as you are. We will always be proud of you. 

With all our love, 

Dad and Mom 


Cheryl 
We are very proud of what you have accomplished. In 
spite of many obstacles, you have endured. Don't stop 
now; you are still in the early stages of your travels 
through life. We wish for you a lifetime of success. May 
all the love you give away return to you someday be- 
cause you are so deserving. Finally, be happy and fall in 
love. 
Love Mom and Dad 


"Bill Buck" 
Bill, 

We're so proud of the young man, our oldest son has 
grown into. You're a responsible person and you've 
worked hard all four years at Elizabethtown. May the 
next stage of your life bring you much happiness. 
Love ya' lots Mom and Dad 


Lisa, 

You have always been a leader with family and friends, 
and in whatever you have set out to accomplish. We are 
excited and proud of our first graduate. You have 
touched many. We are moved that you are so talented, 
bright and beautiful. We are cheering for you, on the 
banks of the shore. We love you!! Mom, Dad, Lynda and 
Krista' 



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Congratulations Jenny! 

Your life these last five years has been extremely chal- 
lenging. You not only accepted the challenge, you fought 
the battle and now you have won. The personal growth 
and success you've attained is remarkable. We love you 
and are extremely proud of you. 
Mother and Barbara 



Dear Sue, 

You have a strong, 

beautiful spirit within you — 

a spirit that is capable 

of taking you 

as far and as high 

as you want to go. 

We have seen so many 

of your strengths. 

We believe in you 

and know you have what it takes 

to follow your dream. 

Love Mom, Dad and George 



Dear Amber, 

Here you are celebrating your first 

Christmas. I don't know where the 

years have gone. You have brought 

so much joy and happiness 

throughout the years. Now it's 

graduation,... .you are ready to 

walk life's journey. 

There's no need to wish you luck. 

With your intelligence, talent, and determination, your 

journey's guarenteed to be a success. 

Love Mom 




Judy, 

Remember "When you wish upon a star"? Our wish has 
been granted. The "Pink People" has done us proud. For 
your future we wish you much success, happiness and 
love. Move over B.W., J.K. has graduated! Congrat- 
ulations to a special daughter. 
Love Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS BOB! 

We sent you off to get a degree, 

Little did we know what was to be! 

A dorm room turned into a showroom for all to see- 

What a shock for Dad and me! 

In no time at all 

we received a call, 

Etownian Editor-in Chief you became, 

Another step in your rise to fame! 

Each time semester grades arrived 

we began to fill with pride. 

Was this our son who was happy with C's 

now only over 3.0 would please? 

There seems to be no end to what 

college has done for you- 

cooking dinner, computer lab and 

"flipping burgers" at the Jays Nest too! 

Besides giving you an education for a 

head start in life, 

Elizabethtown is the place you met Deena, 

your future wife! 

Our dreams for you are coming true 

and son we are so proud of you! 

With all our love we give our congratulations 

on your graduation. 

You'll soon be off to get your Masters Degree, 

Little do we know what will be! 

Love Mom and Dad 



TO OUR BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER, CHRISTINE A. 
SECHLER: 

"To become a Leader instead of a looker," 
That was the wish of your kindergarten teacher. 
With the Lord's help you have succeeded because 
conscientiousness is you special feature. 
You always go that extra mile, 
To achieve your goal with a smile. 
We are proud of your efforts in the past, 
You now graduate from ELIZABETHTOWN COL- 
LEGE at last. 
In your WALK OF LIFE 
We pray that God will grant you little strife. 
So now an Accountant you shall be, 
God loves You and so do We. 
With all the Experiences you have had, 
We are two very proud parents. 

All Our Love Mom and Dad 

P.S. Congratulations on a job well done, 
The rest of your life has just begun. 



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Oh, A PwokcA 



I love you, Nerdface 
Always 



Love, 
Chris 



Hi Luv! 



Chicken Little q^ t 

I'm not a Hallmark Card! Garth 



Thank you for everything. I could never 
ask for a better best friend. You are such a 
special person and I am so glad you are 
part of my life. I love you. 

Anne Marie 



Andrea, 

Thanks for being a great friend and 
roomie! Your gonna be the best. O.T.! 
Love, 
Anne Marie 



Thanks Neda for always being there in 
good times and bad. I'm so glad we're best 
of friends. 



Lefty, 



Caf 12:30 



B-NO 



JTLS, 

You'll never live it down, 



Garth-Man 



Garth-Man, 



Kick those ducks. 



JTLS 



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Jeff, Jodi, and Bob, 


I LOVE YOU! 


Thanks for an awesome year. We had a lot 


MYRA 


of good times. Remember the pot belly pig 




eating spaghetti, he was sooo cute. 


Frank and Kay, 


Love, 
Amy 


Although raising you hasn't been easy at 


times, it's still true — "I love you more 




than the kids" — and I always will. 


To IVCF of 1989-'90: 






Your daughter, 


Thanks for being such a great group. I love 


Melanie 


you all! God bless you, Chris. 


Amy — 


Congratulations, C.S.F.! 


I'm so thankful for you and so glad we 


Good Luck in everything you do — as 


experienced E-town together. May you al- 


long as it includes me! 


ways have abundant joy and love! "I thank 


Love, 
E.B.L. 


God for every remembrance of you." 


Chris 




Ilsa, Melissa, Amy and Chris, 


The "Brewsky" Party (a.k.a. — L.A. Law 
Group) — 


Thanks for great "roomie" memories! 


Thanks for a great year! I'm sure that 




next year will be even better. 


Chris 






Love, 




Kel 


Dear Mom and Dad, 


P.S. —We WERE the best Volleyball 




team even though the scores did 


THANK you! ... for all your SUPPORT, 


not always say so! 


and LOVE, and putting up with all the mis- 




takes I've made. 





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When warm weather arrives, students 
prefer not to study indoors, but to 
enjoy the sun. 



Ann Loose catches up on some work 
while waiting for a friend. 




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Sherri Shaffer hams it up. 




DAYS PAST 



As sure as 
things begin, 
they must also 
end and such is 
the 1989-1990 
school year at 
Elizabethtown 
College. The 

Students in need of help can always 
find someone who is willing to lend a 
hand. 



college experi- 
enced many 
changes and 
many memories 
were made. 
Hopefully, they 
were all cap- 
tured within the 
pages of this 
book. 



While rehearsing a speech, junior 
Tonya McClain prefers to he outside. 



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MHHMMBHaP: 




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Missy Little rests during a busy fresh 
men orientation 




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